Microsoft announced today that it will sell a standalone version of Halo Wars: Definitive Edition on Xbox One, Windows 10, and Steam beginning on April 20.
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Tech tidbits from around the web: Microsoft's ninth major, free update for Halo 5: Guardians on Xbox One brings Forge to Windows 10 too, the first Office Insider Fast ring build has been released, Microsoft updates OneNote for Android with new features, more.
No, it's not the "Halo on Windows" announcement you were hoping for. But Windows 10 PCs will take a further step into the Halo universe on September 8, when Microsoft releases Halo 5: Forge to the Windows Store as a free download.
In the longest and most unrewarding slow tease since the movie Prometheus, Microsoft announced this week that it would bring Halo 5, sort of, to the PC. Well, not Halo 5 so much as the Halo 5 Map Editor, called Forge.
This new animated feature film fills in the backstory of the enigmatic Master Chief character from the Halo series of video games.
Halo 5 is here. And thanks in part to an unwelcome new trajectory for Call of Duty multiplayer, let's just say I'm looking around and considering my options.
This weekend, Microsoft has begun alerting early buyers of "Halo 3: The Master Chief Collection" that their free download of "Halo 3: ODST" is now available.
Looks like I’ll be getting a nice (slightly early) birthday present this year: Halo 5: Guardians, the next installment in Microsoft’s best-selling game series, arrives on Xbox One on October 27, according to two new commercials that first aired last night. I happened to catch the ads because we watch The Walking Dead each Sunday […]
If you’ve held off on the Xbox One, a new bundle from Microsoft might justify the wait: You can now purchase the Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle—which combines an Xbox One console with four Halo game titles—for just $350. There are, of course, a few gotchas. First—as always—is availability: the Halo: The Master Chief […]