> 343 Industries has announced that a new patch is coming for Halo The Master Chief Collection which will add cross-play support to the game, giving the possibility for PC and Xbox One players to play with their friends in various multiplayer modes. In addition to cross-play, the software house will make some changes to increase product performance on both platforms, as well as improve the unlocked frame rate on both Halo Reach and Halo 2 Anniversary .
As for the mods, the developers said:
Our goal is still to support modding. However, due to the shift in development priorities that tends to occur over the course of a project, the creation of this feature has continued to be postponed for the past six months. The good news is that we have reached such a stage that we can now resume work on its design and planning. Our legal team is also working on drafting the EULA which establishes the basic rules for modding and player-generated content.
I understand that this will be disappointing news for many of you. However, the creation of the EULA is at an advanced stage and, once ready, we will evaluate what we can achieve in the short, medium and long term deadlines. Modding is very important to us, so we hope to be able to intensify our efforts as soon as possible.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection , already available in full form on Xbox One, includes all the chapters of the adventures of Master Chief up to the fourth episode. Currently, the PC version can count on chapters up to Halo 3, but by the end of the year Halo 3 ODST and Halo 4 should also be added. For further details, we recommend you consult our dedicated sheet, in which you will find all the news and product related items.
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