Halo: The Master Chief Collection will say goodbye to its season events. At least that’s what 343 Industries ensures in the September Halo Waypoint update. According to the words of Michael Fahrny, main producer of this project, the studio is already looking at the next main installment of the saga, Halo Infinite, so that the compilation will receive other updates soon.
“From next year, we are going to modify the model of seasons and the cadence [de las actualizaciones] for focus on smaller patches for the MCC, which will arrive when they are finished based on the state of development and the roadmap outlined by the study ”, he has written. “These updates will continue to be free and will incorporate features and content not released this year.” They also promise that they will continue to make efforts to “improve stability” and fix some aspects of the product. “We still have a lot to launch in 2022,” they say.
And what about Season Points and Challenges? At the moment, it has not been explained how are they going to approach it, although they have hinted that they will reveal it in the near future.
Halo 5: Guardians not coming to PC
The only game starring the Master Chief that is not yet supported is Halo 5: Guardians, console exclusive since launch. It appeared on a leaked NVIDIA listing, although the company said this listing was intended as an internal test, so the titles featured didn’t have to be real. “There are no plans for Halo 5 to come to PC,” confirmed Brian Jarrard, community manager for the developer.
Halo Infinite is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC next December 8. It will also be available on Xbox Game Pass from the same launch day.