Microsoft last night quietly released the remastered version of Halo 4 to the Microsoft Store, Steam, and Xbox Game Pass for PC/Ultimate.
There’s no official announcement as of yet, but the firm posted a wordless tweet indicating its availability.
With the release of Halo 4, Microsoft has fulfilled its promise last year to ship remastered versions of all of the games in the Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the PC by the end of 2020. The games were completed in chronological order, with Halo Reach being the first in December 2019, followed by Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, and now Halo 4.
On the PC, Halo 4 provides the single-player campaign, the Spartan Ops co-operative missions, cross-play multiplayer with Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S gamers, 4K and ultra-wide display support, mouse and keyboard support, and more.
And as with previous games in this series, Halo 4 is available as a standalone title for $9.99 or as part of the $39.99 Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the Microsoft Store or Steam. It’s also available as part of your Xbox Game Pass PC or Ultimate subscription.