Recently, only 1,000 fans were selected to play the Halo: Reach for the 1st time and test Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Besides, it has happened for the very first time where a lot of Halo games are brought together on PC.
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Also, the games contain a renewed build of Halo: Reach demo. Around 343 Industries stated that the 1st test is not big enough. Besides, only some Halo Insiders that showed an interest in the game were welcomed to play. The main goal of the developer is to examine how to unveil builds on steam that includes an extensive range.
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Then, their next aim is to get the feedback from the player on keyboard controls and the current situation of the mouse. Moreover, they also want to know how the gameplay appears on the computer. However, there are some minor issues which need to be fixed before releasing the entire game.
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Halo: The Master Chief Collection major and minor issues
The test mostly contains the Tip of the Spear mission from the Halo: Reach campaign. The game is missing multiple features and has some uneven edges. One of the major problems includes maximum crashes and audio problems. The test game was started yesterday and it is free to run until July 1.
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Along with the game test, the developers’ team also released fifteen minutes of 4K gameplay which belongs from a campaign mission. Gaming lovers can’t wait to buy this entire collection on their PC. You can catch the glimpse of the gameplay from the link added below.
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