Back in March, we reported that Halo: Reach would be added to the Halo: The Master Chief Collection sometime this year. With just a few weeks left, 343 Industries is fulfilling that promise and Halo: Reach will arrive on the PC and Xbox One on December 3, 2019. On the PC side, this marks the first Master Chief Collection title to arrive on that platform, with the other games in that bundle arriving over the course of the next year.
Things will be handled a little differently based on platform, so we're breaking this out from here on out.
On Xbox One
- The campaign and cooperative Firefight mode for Halo: Reach will be available as a premium add-on for $9.99. PvP, Forge, and Theater will all be free if you own the Master Chief Collection.
- If you don't own the Master Chief Collection, you can now pay $39.99 to get everything, including Reach and ODST's campaign (currently only available as an add-on).
- Alternatively, if you're an Xbox Game Pass member, you can get the whole kit-and-kaboodle for "free."
- All titles that are part of the Halo: The Master Chief Collection, starting with Reach, will be available à la carte for $9.99 on Steam or Windows 10 Store. Alternatively you can pick up everything for $39.99.
- If you're an Xbox Game Pass for PC member, you can also get the whole collection for "free" via the Windows 10 Store.
- Quick feature note: this is the only Halo title that's marked with the "Lan Co-Op" tag on Steam.
- No word on when the other games that are part of the Master Chief Collection (Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2 Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST [campaign only], and Halo 4) will be released, just that they are "coming over time through 2020."