Halo 3 Comes To PC Starting Next Month With Limited Modes

Halo 3 is coming to The Master Chief Collection as part of the Halo Insiders program beginning in June.

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Halo 3 is the next game coming to Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC and those in the Halo Insiders program will be able to play it, or at least a piece of it, very soon. 343 Industries is planning to do a test flight for a selection of campaign missions and multiplayer content, and you'll even get to "Finish the Fight."

Starting in the first half of June, Halo: The Master Chief Collection players in the Halo Insiders program can access Halo 3's content, regardless of whether they're playing via the Microsoft Store or Steam. The following campaign missions are included:

  • Sierra 117
  • The Storm
  • The Ark
  • The Covenant
  • Halo

The titular Halo mission is the final mission in Halo 3, so we don't suggest playing through these quite yet if you haven't already beaten the game on Xbox 360 or Xbox One. Multiplayer options include custom, social, and competitive games, Team Hardcore, Team Slayer, and Team Doubles modes, and several different maps. Classics like Guardian, The Pit, and Valhalla are included in the test flight, and both Forge and the theater will be available for creative-minded players.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC will eventually contain all the games included in the Xbox One version, which features every shooter in the series with the exception of Halo 5. Currently, the PC version supports Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2 Anniversary, and Halo: Reach. The upcoming Halo Infinite will release on PC on the same date as Xbox One and Xbox Series X, which is a first for the series.

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