Halo: Combat Evolved was the first game in the franchise to be released there in 2003. The game was available from day one for PC and Xbox, with the version of the first being developed by Gearbox Software. The problem with Halo: Combat Evolved on PC is that it arrived with graphical errors, and of course, since Halo: The Masterchief Collection was based on this first game, it also inherited the graphical problems of 18 years ago.
However, it appears that 343 Industries has finally realized the bug, and is working to fix it. In a latest email from 343 Industries to Insider Flight members, the company is working to fix and improve visual bugs found in the PC version of Halo: Combat Evolved, and they are not present in the Xbox version.
343 Industries claimed to be working on “a series of bug fixes to improve the classic graphics on H1 to look more like the original Xbox version.”
The Mint Blitz YouTube channel made a video detailing the improvements to Halo: Combat Evolved for PC, so here we leave it to you. These improvements include visual fixes to plasma shields, door shields, Captain Keyes eyes, and much more.
Not the first time that Halo: The Masterchief Collection has received a patch. A year ago you received a 41GB patch, an abysmal size for a bug fix update. Hopefully this one doesn’t follow in their footsteps.
▪ Release date: 11/15/2011
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