Halo: The Master Chief Collection continues to receive new content – both on consoles and PCs – more than six years after its release, as does the “flighting” pre-release program that provides new features and updates to Halo Insider members before they go live in the public game. On the next flight, a number of major features will be added, including a mouse and keyboard support on the console.
Yes, this would have seemed like the limit in a Halo game just a few years ago, but times are changing. Around February 18, but possibly a little later, the next public flight to Halo: Master Chief Collection will add mice and keyboards to consoles. Other console-specific features include support for the FOV slider on Xbox One, as well as an unlocked FOV slider for the Xbox Series X | S if you are running your devices at 1
Other features included with the aircraft include a new Halo 3 map that was originally seen in the Russian game Halo Online, which was lost after the game closed. Who would have thought that we would get a new map for that game more than 13 years after it was released?
Custom game readers and more Season 6 content will also be available during the flight, as well as dual key bindings and new audio options. 343 does its utmost to keep players interested as we continue to wait for Halo Infinite. The game is expected to arrive later this year after being delayed from the original Xbox Series X release date | S launch day.
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