Installation 01 - Halo PC behind the scenes

Installation 01 - Halo PC behind the scenes

Installation 01 - Halo PC behind the scenes

Installation 01 - Halo PC behind the scenes


The developers of Installation 01, the free fan-made Halo multiplayer game for PC, have released their first behind the scenes video documentary on the game's progress.  

For those unacquainted with the project, Installation 01 is a Halo fan project which plans to bring Halo's unique multiplayer to PC once more, with up to date graphics and aims to bring the game to Mac and Linux as well as Windows PC.    

Installation 01 is currently being built in the Unity game engine, with the below images and footage coming from a recent build of the game.    


Installation 01 - Halo PC behind the scenes   

In this ViDoc the developers speak about their future goals for the game, with plans to release with a full server browser and with a selection of unique maps which have never been seen before in a  Halo game. 

The game will feature many elements from both classic Bungie Halo games as well as modern 343 Halo games. The game's normal online modes will feature Classic Halo controls with no sprint functionality, though sprint can be turned on for custom multiplayer matches.   

The team behind Installation 01 has already shown a lot of impressive work, including some new animations which have been motion captured to a lot of unique, high detail models for Spartans, weapons and vehicles. 


  Installation 01 is a 100% free Halo fan game and artistic tribute to the series. The above video is our latest ViDoc. Also, check out our new website at

We'd also like to remind you of our affiliation with They will be hosting Installation 01's official forum!

Our work is completely legal. We are carefully following the rules set forth in Microsoft’s Game Content Usage Rules. No content in our game has been “ripped,” it’s all handmade by our team. 

Our Goal is to bring a unique Halo multiplayer experience to Windows, Mac, and Linux. We hope to combine the best elements from each Halo game, but will be focusing on the more classic gameplay style.


Halo's multiplayer is something that PC gamers have wanted to replicate for many years now, but now it seems that we may be finally getting that with Installation 01. 

 This project is entirely legal, as the developers of the game are carefully following Microsoft's Game Content Usage rules. 

Everything in the game is fan-made and nothing is taken from the original Halo games, the game will also be completely free. No money has or will be earned by the developers of the game, making this a pure passion project.  


We are abiding by Microsoft’s Fair Use Policy and their Game Content Usage Rules.

Everything in the game is fan created and can be legally downloaded and distributed in accordance with the Game Content Usage Rules. We are not out to make any money, even to cover costs. The work is all a labor of love, our team gets nothing in return except the satisfaction of making the ultimate Halo tribute, and some portfolio building. 


Installation 01 - Halo PC behind the scenes   

The Installation 01 team plans on keeping fans up to date with a new ViDoc on a bimonthly basis. Those interested in joining the Installation 01 team or learning more about the project should go to their website. 


You can join the discussion on Installation 01 on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

22-08-2016, 19:10:17

Damien c
It looks really good, I am really looking forward to being able to try this.Quote

22-08-2016, 19:57:42

Looks interesting. I grew up on Halo. I actually caved and got an Xbox One when I found out it would have every Halo game in one form or another. More Halo on PC can only be a good thing. One day I hope I'll have the whole collection on my PC, even if it's only through emulation.Quote

22-08-2016, 20:27:58

Pretty cool but I hope eventually MS release all the Halos on PC, I had to stop playing Halo 5 when I briefly had the XB1 as the FOV was so narrow it disgusted me Quote

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