Microsoft again denied that Halo 5 will reach PC
There is as much news during an event as E3 2018 that it is common for even the companies themselves to make mistakes. For example, something similar seems to have happened with Halo 5: Guardians , which in the last hours had starred in a rumor that seemed to indicate that it would launch on PC. It seems to be false and that the game, at least for now, will remain exclusive to Xbox One .
The information arose from the fact that the shooter itself was listed for Xbox One, the platform on which it was originally launched in October 2015, but also on PC for the Windows 10 operating system. Operation that did not sound at all crazy considering that the recently announced Halo Infinite will also appear on the computer and in the Microsoft console.
Unfortunately for fans who want to play on PC, Frank O’Connor, the main responsible for the Halo saga , has denied it. He has assured that, although “it is not impossible”, it is not being developed at the moment, and that everything has been due to an error on the part of Microsoft itself .
It should be remembered that computer users do have the Halo 5: Forge part available, which allows them to have the mapping tools with mouse and keyboard. Of course, it is not the first time that Microsoft itself has to give explanations of why it does not launch Halo 5: Guardians on PC .