The wait is already over for some fans of the Halo series.
Halo: Reach is a first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by Microsoft Game Studios for the Xbox 360 console.
The title has already been released for the Xbox 360 in North America, Australia, and Europe on September 14, 2010, but when will PC gamers be able to play the game?
Coming to PC?
Of course, we’ll need to find out if Halo: Reach will be coming to PC in the first place. Like the rest of the Halo franchise, Reach is proving to be a another big winner for Bungie.
Early estimates show that the title has grossed $200 million on its launch day, setting a new record for the Halo franchise.
With Reach proving to be highly successful, it seems that bringing the game to the PC is a no-brainer, right?
Halo: Reach for PC Confirmed?
As it stands now, Halo: Reach has yet to be announced for PC. So for now, PC gamers will have to wait until we hear some kind of confirmation from Microsoft or Bungie.
If they do decide to release the game for PC, the next question of course is how long will we have to wait?
Xbox 360 Exclusive
For now, Halo: Reach remains an exclusive title to the Xbox 360 console. We will keep you updated on any developments.
What do you think? Do you believe that Halo: Reach will eventually make its way to PC? If so, how long will the wait be?
PC gamers, would you buy the game? Let us know in the comments.