Halo Infinity may be delayed until 2021, but fans of Microsoft’s premier first-person shooter series may scratch their next wife, Hello Itch, before the game’s release with the advent of Xbox Series X and Series S optimizations for Halo: Master Chief Collection.
Every game in the collection is now playable at 120fps, and at a maximum resolution of 4K on the Series X and 1080p on the Series S – all you have to do is access your console’s TV and display settings and your Choose 120 Hz as the refresh rate (Resolution Series X will be determined by the capabilities of your TV).
Other improvements include improved split-screen play for Sof multiplayer and co-op, as well as the introduction of an FOV (field of vision) slider.
What about PC and MCC?
In other halo-related news, developers have also targeted 343 industries Announced The long awaited Hello 4 on PC has been included in the Master Chief Collection as its final installment.
In addition, PC players get 25 multiplayer maps, an updated arm customization system and a full set of Spartan Ops co-op missions, which continues the story after the end of the Halo 4 campaign.
As it unfolds, Brian Jarrard, director of 343 Industries Com Community Niti, says the studio will provide “new features, updates and new hello: Master Chief Collection season in 2021 (with more customized options)”.
Hello: The Master Chief Collection is now available on Xbox Games Pass Ultimate for both PC and Xbox consoles. Not an Xbox Game Pass member? You can sign up via the links below.