Halo: Reach may have been coming to PC for a while now, but PC users will finally be able to get their hands on the title next week.
Reach’s first PC beta test, colloquially known as a test flight, will allow players to try their way through a “small subsection” of the game’s content.
“We’re starting more modestly because we’ve got quite a few levers to pull and we want to ensure our delivery pipeline runs smoothly, our communications are clear, and that participants can properly provide their feedback on the build,” developer 343 announced on Halo Waypoint. “Since there are so many pieces and levers that need testing, verification, and appropriate approvals, we need to take our time to ensure we’re sending out a quality flight to our Halo Insiders.”
Those who wish to test the game will have to be signed up through the Halo Insider Program. It’s a simple, and free, process so you might as well!
Halo: Reach is the first title in the Master Chief Collection to make its way to PC. After all of the testing is over, the entirety of the Collection will be available on Windows 10.