Halo: MCC Is Testing Mouse-And-Keyboard Support For Consoles

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection continues to get new content–both on consoles and PC–more than six years after its release, and that also applies to the “flighting” pre-release program that brings new features and updates to Halo Insider members before they go live in the public game. In the next flight, a number of big features are getting added, including mouse-and-keyboard support on console.

Yes, this would have seemed borderline sacrilegious in a Halo game just a few years ago, but times are changing. Around February 18, but possibly slightly later, the next public flight for Halo: The Master Chief Collection will add mouse-and-keyboard play on consoles. Other console-specific features include FOV slider support on Xbox One, as well as an unlocked FOV slider for Xbox Series X|S if you’re running your devices at 120hz. This option was previously not available at this setting.

Other features coming with the flight include a new Halo 3 map originally seen in the Russian game Halo Online, which was lost after the game was shut down. Who would have thought that we’d get a new map for that game more than 13 years after it released?

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