Xbox Game Studios have announced the release date of Halo 3: ODST coming to Halo: the Master Chief Collection on Windows PC.
While Halo: the Master Chief Collection is complete on Xbox One, the various Halo games have been slowly added to the PC version [1, 2, 3]. Halo: the Master Chief Collection is available on Windows PC (via the Microsoft Store, and Steam), and Xbox One. Halo 3: ODST available now on Xbox One, and September 22nd on Windows PC (via the Microsoft Store, and Steam).
Halo 3: ODST on Windows PC will boast 4K UHD graphics and 60 FPS where available, customizable mouse and keyboard support, ultrawide screen support, FOV customization, and more.
You can find the release date trailer below.
You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.
Halo 3: ODST comes to PC as the next installment in Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Now optimized for PC, experience the events preceding Halo 3 through the eyes of Orbital Drop Shock Troopers (ODST) as they return to familiar ground and attempt to uncover the motivations behind the Covenant’s invasion of New Mombasa. Isolated and vulnerable, use stealth and precision to survive the dangers of the Covenant occupation in a gripping new take on combat in the Halo universe.
- PC Settings/Optimizations: Halo 3: ODST is now optimized for PC and looking better than ever at up to 4k UHD and at 60+ FPS.* Other PC native settings include customizable mouse and keyboard support, ultrawide support, FOV customization, and more.
- Campaign: Play through a new chapter in the Halo saga and experience 11 unforgettable missions.
- Firefight: For the first time, ODST Firefight joins the Master Chief Collection! Now running on dedicated servers, Firefight supports up to 4-player co-op and features both online matchmaking and new custom game modes. Fight through waves of Covenant invaders to liberate the city of New Mombasa in 10 legacy maps.
- Theater: Utilize the Theater to capture and share your favorite Halo moments with the community.
*Look to system requirements for guidance on hardware minimum specs to achieve performance metrics