Microsoft introduced the Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary teaser just yesterday, a remake of the first installment of the long-playing series. The remake hinted at an upcoming release of the shooter on PC, and it happened even faster than many expected.
The game is now available for purchase in the Microsoft Store and Steam. The first PC players accepted the game extremely warmly — Steam shows “very positive” feedback.
Recall that Combat Evolved Anniversary on PC supports 60 fps, 4K resolution, HDR technology, ultra widescreen modes, field of view adjustment, and so on. But the main feature of the remake is the ability to switch between the old and new graphics at the touch of a button.
The game is part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Only Halo: Reach and Combat Evolved Anniversary have been released on PC so far. The rest of the series will appear in chronological order: Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4. There are no release dates at this time.