Halo: The Master Chief Collection will get crossplay between Xbox One and PC in 2020 alongside a custom game browser, PC fileshare, per game graphics and audio options, mouse and keyboard support on Xbox One, and more.
343 Industries published a new Halo: The Master Chief Collection development update on Halo Waypoint and gave an update on some of the biggest features the team is working on for 2020.
While none of these have specific dates besides 2020, the list includes Crossplay, Input Based MM, Server Region Selection, Custom Game Browser, Per Game Graphics Options, Per Game Audio Options, M&K Support for Xbox, PC Fileshare, Double Keybinds for all games, Viewmodel adjustments for all games, In game FPS Cap/Adjustments, Steam Account Linking.
343 did confirm that when Crossplay is released, it will arrive with Input Based MM and Server Region Selection. It also stated that Custom Game Browser will release with Per Game Graphics Options and M&K Support for Xbox.
In addition to these, 343 is committed to bring Halo 3: ODST’s campaign and Halo 4 to MCC to PC, as well as ODST Firefight (with updated networking) to both Xbox and PC, in 2020.
For more on Halo, be sure to check out all the new details on Halo Infinite, our IGN Unfiltered conversation with Master Chief creator Marcus Lehto, and our 2019 re-review of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
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