Halo 3 PC Evidence Mounts While Microsoft Denies Its Existence

by Mike Bendel March 18, 2013 @ 10:57 am

Following a discovery within Steam’s leaky registry files last month, a profile entry for Halo 3 has turned up in the latest beta of AMD’s Catalyst driver set. Unless someone at AMD is doing this just for kicks, it means Halo 3 PC is actually a thing. After all, they wouldn’t be readying optimized driver bits if it wasn’t, right?

That said, Microsoft is still denying any existence of a port.

“We currently do not have plans to release any Halo titles on Steam, nor do we currently have plans to release a PC version of Halo 3,” a spokesperson told Eurogamer.

Despite a complete denial, with the recent Age of Empires II announcement that seemingly came out of nowhere, we still wouldn’t be surprised if Halo receives similar treatment at this point.

Trigun says:

Watch. They'll release it. But it will be a Windows 8 exclusive! HAR.

Knowing them. It will.

But if they don't. The only REAL reason that they won't is because it basically denies the one and only true exclusive their system has. Personally i'd prefer to buy the PC versions because of being able to play in higher resolution and AA+better AF.

Plus them porting all of the current games to PC now wouldn't it make it easier to make "Full HD edition!" of all those games on the next xbox if it's more like a PC as rumored?

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