There’s currently no main series Halo title available to PC gamers past the second installment, but that might change soon. Despite overlooking a PC version of Halo 5, Xbox boss Phil Spencer suggested that things would be different going forward for the franchise’s developers, 343 Industries. When asked by PC Gamer whether or not there would be any reason Halo 6 wouldn’t make its way to PC, Spencer’s answer was rather clear: “Not at all.”

“You could say I’m cheating a little bit by doing a half thing with putting Forge on PC, because we kind of have the tools working on PC to see what happens, but this is what we did with Forza, with Apex. I said, ‘This isn’t a full Forza game. Going forward, we’re going to bring our Forza games to PC complete.'” — Phil Spencer

Sounds pretty cool. With a potential choice of platform, where would you rather play Halo 6? On a couch, or in your office chair? Sound off in the comments!

Source: PC Gamer

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