Halo: Reach will launch on Xbox One and PC on December 3, and you can pre-order it now

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Today is a big day for Halo fans: The much-anticipated remaster of Halo: Reach, Bungie’s latest Halo game for the Xbox 360 is coming to Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Xbox One and PC on December 3. The Xbox team announced the big news during the special Inside Xbox episode live from Microsoft’s X019 event in London.

Halo: Reach will be the first Halo game coming to Halo: MCC on PC, and it should be the best way to play the game with support for 4K graphics and mouse and keyboard input. The PC version of Halo Reach will be available on the Microsoft Store and Steam, and both versions will support crossplay through Xbox Live. Microsoft’s isn’t supporting crossplay with the Xbox One yet, but the PC version will share cloud saves with the Xbox One version.

Halo: Reach in MCC will be available with Xbox Game Pass for PC and console, but the game will also be available for purchase separately for $9.99. You can already pre-order it for Xbox One and Windows 10 on the Microsoft Store, as well as Steam.