Home » PC Tech & Gaming News » Halo 5: Guardians Could Be Coming To PC As GeForce Leak includes Every Halo Game

Halo 5: Guardians Could Be Coming To PC As GeForce Leak includes Every Halo Game

Could Halo 5 join it's predecessors on PC following the release of The Master Chief Collection?

WePC is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Prices subject to change. Learn more

Last Updated:

The list of titles dug up from within GeForce NOW showed every game on the system, released, unreleased, announced and everything in between. So, with Halo 5 appearing alongside Halo titles already on PC, it’s not a long shot to expect it sooner rather than later.

Halo 5: Guardians Coming To PC?

Every current Halo game has been unearthed in the GeForce NOW leak, including Guardians. This suggests that the fifth instalment in the franchise will be joining its predecessors on PC, and hopefully Xbox Game Pass, at some point in the near future.

Halo 5: Guardians PC Release Date

As with everything else mentioned in the GeForce NOW leak, we don’t have any official confirmation, much less a release date. However, Halo 5: Guardians is one of the most likely titles to be coming to PC in the future due to all earlier Halo titles being included in The Master Chief Collection.

Master Chief Collection

Other Halo Titles On PC – The Master Chief Collection

The Master Chief Collection is currently available across Xbox One and Series S/X consoles and Windows PC. The collection can be purchased, but can be played for free if you have Xbox Game Pass. Halo: REACH, the Combat Evolved Anniversary DLC, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3:ODST and Halo 4 are all included, leaving Halo 5 as the only currently available Halo title not available on PC.

Halo Infinite Coming To PC

Halo Infinite is the latest instalment in the Halo series and will be released on December 8th 2021. It has already been announced that Infinity will be available to play on PC, providing further reason to believe that Halo 5: Guardians will eventually join the rest. Halo Infinite includes both a campaign and a new online multiplayer mode, which will be free-to-play. Take a look at our guide to Halo Infinite Multiplayer here.

Staff Writer AT WEPC

Danielle Rose

Danielle has loved writing about games, records and films for as long as she can remember, probably in an effort to feel better about not being able to create them. A keen console gamer from a young age, she now has a collection of old paraphernalia gathering dust — sacrilege! — in the hopes of one day being able to house the ultimate haven of retro gaming systems… including a Guitar Hero arcade machine. She's still saving for that, though.