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When Halo 4 made its debut on the Xbox 360 it looked amazing, something that was re-iterated when it arrived on the Xbox One as part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection - and its visuals still impress today. On November 17 it arrives on PC - with an uncapped frame-rate, a wide range of resolution support, optimised keyboard and mouse input, and more.

Oh, we're definitely ready to fire this up.

The addition which also makes its way to Xbox Game Pass for PC, sees developer 343 Industries living up to its promise - in 2020 no less - of delivering peerless PC ports of the entire Halo saga and the impressive package that is Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

Well, there still is the question of Halo 5. And Halo Infinite's 2021 debut. Which means we're a long way off from finishing the fight.

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