Halo 2 Anniversary is coming to PC in the Halo The Master Chief Collection on May 12. The new game contains Halo 2 and the Anniversary Edition of Halo. Players will be able to freely switch between the two versions of the game.
Players can enjoy 15 missions, 7 multiplayer maps that have been remastered, and 25 multiplayer maps from the original Halo 2 game. Players can also enjoy a brand new reworked progression system.
A complete list of game features include:
- PC Settings/Optimizations: Halo 2: Anniversary is now optimized for PC and looking better than ever at up to 4k UHD and at 60+ FPS.* Other PC native settings include customizable mouse and keyboard support, ultrawide support, FOV customization, and more.
- Campaign: Experience the next chapter in the Halo saga and fight your way through 15 unforgettable missions. Play as both Spartan-117, the Master Chief, and for the first time, the Covenant Elite, known as the Arbiter, and experience the Human-Covenant Conflict in a whole new way.
- Anniversary Edition/Update: Toggle between the remastered graphics in the Anniversary edition and the graphics from the original Halo 2 campaign. In the Anniversary edition, view Blur Studio’s spectacularly remastered cutscenes from the original Halo 2 game.
- Multiplayer: Continue your Halo adventure with 7 remastered multiplayer maps from Halo 2: Anniversary and 25 multiplayer maps from the original Halo 2, featuring a completely updated progression system.
To pre-order, you can head over to their Steam page. The Master Chief Collection features all Halo titles in one collection, including:
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- Halo: Reach
- Halo: Combat Evolved Annivrsary
- Halo 2: Anniversary
- Halo 2
- Halo 3: ODST
- Halo 4
With the complete collection, players can work their way through a total of 67 campaign missions. Each game in The Master Chief Collection also has its own multiplayer maps, modes, and game types.
The collection has the most diverse Halo multiplayer experience ever, with over 120 different maps.
343 Industries noted in a blog post that Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST are “approaching solid alpha candidates.”