Halo is one of the most played game franchise on the Xbox ever since the gaming console was first released. From the very beginning, it has been an Xbox exclusive, meaning that anyone who wants to play any Halo game can only do so using an Xbox. While many gamers enjoy playing Halo on the Xbox, many are still calling for a release of the game for PC. Microsoft has not really given the idea a lot of consideration in the past. However, hopefully that will change soon.
According to a report from The Verge, the ?Halo 5: Guardians? game could find its way to the PC in the future. The Halo franchise director, Frank O?Connor, said in an interview, ?It wouldn?t be the hardest thing in the world to move [Halo] to PC and take advantage of PC stuff?. While he would later write on Twitter that he was just giving the same noncommittal answer he has been giving for several years, the fact that taking Halo to the PC is doable certainly gives hope to PC gamers all over the world.
According to Forbes, more and more Xbox exclusives have been getting a PC release. It cites that Quantum Break, which was formerly an Xbox exclusive will be also be releasing for PC. This means that even major Xbox exclusives could have a chance to have a PC release too.
According to Gamespot, Microsoft Executive Aaron Greenberg said that the PC release for Quantum Break won?t signal a move away from the Xbox One. He even went on to say that the tech giant will continue to launch new Xbox One exclusives.
While there has been no confirmation if Halo will eventually find its way to the PC, gamers have to be encouraged that at least that kind of change is something that is not impossible. Be sure to check back here for more news and updates about gaming, tech and a whole lot more.