by Mike Bendel on 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.
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