343 Industries has announced the date that the Halo 3 beta will be playable. Specifically, it will be available in the first half of June and will be public, so anyone can sign up. The third installment of the mythical saga comes through Halo: The Master Chief Collection and it must be taken into account that it is not a remaster, so you cannot expect the same graphics revision that was in Halo Anniversary.
Since 343 they have transmitted the operation of the beta and how it is raised: “Halo 3 is next on the list of Master Chief Collection on PC. We are already underway with the early stages of development. Next week, our goal is to get base construction into the hands of our partners, which will be much sooner than usual. The intention is that Halo 3 will be playable in the first fortnight of June. “
Following testing of Halo 2 and the Halo Reach Forge last March and after this release, 343 Industries will focus on Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4. These will be the last two games to hit the PC. At the moment there is no information on the continuity of the project with Halo 5, although the franchise continues to hit hard and to the point of managing to raise nearly half a million dollars in the fight against the coronavirus.
The compilation, which has received a huge patch with numerous improvements, will be expanded very soon with the remastering of Halo 2 Anniversary which already has a PC release date and a cinematic trailer. Here we leave you a configuration guide to get the most out of Halo The Master Chief Collection on a low-end PC.