Even though Halo 3 is thirteen years old after it was released in 2007 for the good old Xbox 360 console, the game is still a good option for those willing to shoot some powerful robots with futuristic weapons. But Halo 3 is expected to become even more exciting soon, because 343 Industries will bring out a remastered version for the multiplayer mode of the game.
343 Industries is the company that developed the 2012 sequel for Halo 3, which was dubbed as Halo 4. Therefore, it’s safe to assume that the company knows what it’s doing.
Public testing begins in June
343 Industries itself explains within the Master Chief Collection blog its plans for Halo 3:
Halo 3 is next up on the menu for coming to MCC on PC and we are already underway with early stages of flighting in Ring 1. Next week, we aim to get the completely paired down flight build into our partners hands, which is much sooner than usual. Our goal is to have the Halo 3 public flight kicked off in the first half of June. We can’t wait to get the community involved!
And yes, Halo 3 is also arriving for the PC owners, although it was initially released only for the Xbox 360 console. We already know from the Steam description that Halo 3 will be looking better than ever as the PC version, even up to 4K UHD resolution and HDR.
Also, the upcoming PC version may contain inappropriate content for children, which could mean that the new version is destined for a more mature public. We’re eager to find out the system requirements, but hopefully, they won’t be too high judging by the original version of the game. However, only time will tell for sure, and Halo 3 is anyway an impressive futuristic shooter!