An analyst points that Microsoft has being working in the PC version of the classic shooter
During these days, some rumors have arised about an edition of Halo: The Master Chief Collection that could reach PCs, according to the PCGamesN portal. The report shows new developments in this regard, bringing closer the possibility to launch this version of the Bungie classic on PC.
Brad Sams, a technology journalist whose Microsoft leak history has been remarkable, says "Microsoft's secret is that they have been working on the Master Chief Collection for the PC, and I've heard rumors that its release is near."
Sams postulates E3 as a likely site for an advertisement, and even speculates that it could be released during the show, although the last two points are, again, purely speculative.
The latest release for PC was Halo 2, which was disrupted by the problem of publishing games through the Microsoft online store on Windows Live.
Halo Infinite is programmed to be a "spiritual reboot" for the series, and we will see more of it, or at least its engine, in E3. Sams points out that Microsoft may have shown the gameplay last year, but apparently it looks so good that the company decided it was better not to show it against the titles of the current generation.
It seems increasingly likely that Microsoft's big focus at E3 is on Game Pass and its plans for broadcasting in the cloud.