Halo 5: Forge PC gameplay

Halo 5: Forge PC gameplay

Halo 5: Forge PC gameplay

Halo 5: Forge PC gameplay


Gameplay from the PC version of Halo 5: Forge has been released by GameSpot, including some 4K footage of a new game map and some 1080p 60FPS multiplayer gameplay. 

Halo 5 Forge will be coming to PC on September 8th, allowing PC gamers to design maps and play custom matches with up to 16 friends. 

The PC version of Halo 5: Forge comes from SkyBox Labs and was not developed by 343 Industries directly, bringing the Halo 5: Forge experience to PC complete with 4K resolution support, mouse and keyboard support as well as refined placement and manipulation for PC users.   



Microsoft will soon release their Halo App for Windows 10 PC, allowing Halo fans to download their games as well as pick up the latest news, videos, and tutorials in a single easy to reach place.  

On this app Halo 5: Forge will be coming to PC, with the app acting as a launcher for all future Halo games on PC. Next year this app will also be the place where Halo Wars 2 and Halo Wars: Definitive Edition will launch on Windows 10 PC. 

The Halo App for PC will likely become a Halo-oriented Storefront for PC, acting as a place where PC gamers can access the Halo franchise while at the same time not directly using the Windows 10 Store, which currently viewed negatively by most PC gamers. 



The release of Halo 5: Forge on PC will come with the highly anticipated Anvil's Legacy free content update, which will add a lot of new content to Halo 5: Forge as well as add several new maps, weapons and features to Forge.  

The PC system requirements for Halo 5: Forge have been released, requiring a quad-core CPU, 8GB of RAM and 40GB of hard drive space. At a minimum, gamers will require a GTX 650Ti or higher and require a GTX 970 for 1080p 60FPS gameplay and a GTX 980Ti for 4K 60FPS gameplay. 


  Halo Forge PC System Requirements.


At this time we do not know if Microsoft has plans to release Halo 5: Guardians on the PC, but at a minimum, this release means that Halo 5's multiplayer is functional on the platform and that the game's engine has already been brought over to PC. 


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