Halo 6 possibly coming to Windows PC
Microsoft has been quite firm about Halo being a console-only title, but there is still a high chance this will finally change. With Microsoft’s discounted Xbox One console up against flourishing PS4 sales, things are getting quite desperate for the American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington. Now, new rumors which suggest Halo 6 will not be an exclusive anymore for the Xbox One console. Instead, it will be available for PC gamers, as well.
It makes sense that it would want to bring this game to PCs as a good number of gamers are represented there. The downside of being a PC user is the prevalence of cheaters on this platform, along with the fact that you’ll need to invest a sizable amount of money for a good processor and graphics card to handle the latest-gen games.
According to TrueAchievements, Yusuf Mehdi from Microsoft wrote a blog post about Microsoft’s upcoming Anniversary Update for Windows 10, in which he insisted that Play Anywhere would be available for all new Microsoft Studio games. In other words, thanks to the Xbox Play Anywhere program, you will be able to purchase the game and be able to play on both your Xbox One and Windows 10 PC with shared game saves, progress and achievements. Mehdi added that every new game that will be published by Microsoft Studios will support Xbox Play Anywhere.
Here are the list of games that will support Xbox Play Anywhere:
– Gears of War 4
– Forza Horizon 3
– Halo Wars 2
– Sea of Thieves
– Crackdown 3
– Killer Instinct Season 3
– We Happy Few
– Phantom Dust
– Dead Rising 4
– Ark: Survival Evolved.
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