Halo developer 343 is aware of the horde of fans requesting Halo: The Master Chief Collection ray-tracing support for next-gen.
In a recent Halo Waypoint blog post, senior producer Matt Hohl has made sure that fans of the series know that the development team has heard the requests for a Master Chief Collection ray-tracing update in the future.
“I’m personally excited to see what we can do with the power of this new hardware in the future,” Hohl wrote. “The complexity and scope of MCC poses unique challenges that I am still learning about, but I love the opportunities it offers for how we can roll out new features and enhancements in the future.
“One thing I have already learned here is that this team listens to the community as a crucial element to our planning. I love that and am excited to see what we can do together in the future!”
While ray-tracing could possibly come to the Halo compilation in the future, 343 isn’t making any promises at the moment. However, there will be enhancements for the collection.
Coming one week after the launch of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, Halo: The Master Chief Collection will see a new update that increases the games’ graphical fidelity and framerate with 120fps support.