The leak earlier this week exposed possible listings for several seemingly unannounced PC games, including several PlayStation exceptions and, of course, the much-needed Hello 5.
In a statement. Wccftech, Nvidia confirmed the leak but said that the “ongoing and / or speculative titles” in the list were used only for “internal tracking and testing” and that “being included in the list is neither confirmed nor An announcement of a game. “
That didn’t stop the hopeful Halo fans from speculating that Halo 5 might be making its way to PC. However, Hello Community Director Brian Jarrard has now stated that this will not happen.
Responding to posts on Twitter about the issue, Gerard said the listing was for “maybe … H5: Forge” but added that there were no plans for a Hello 5 PC port. Gerard acknowledged the audience’s demand for the port, but said: “The studio is completely unlimited and focused on MCC. [Master Chief Collection]”.
Gerard was cautious about “never say never” but it seems that there is definitely no progress at the moment, nor will there be in the near future.
Maybe it was for “H5: Forge” but I can confirm that there are no plans to bring H5 to PC. We know it has some demand, but as we said before, not in the card because the studio is completely unlimited and focused on MCC. Will never say, but nothing is going on right now.September 13, 2021.
This is not the first time that 343 industries have had to reject plans to bring Hello 5 to PC. It was only last year that Hello Community Manager John Jonzic. Verified To celebrate the game’s fifth anniversary during the stream, the game will not come to PC, even as part of the Master Chief collection.
Opinion: It is better to be careful.
Hello 5 may not be the last game on the leaked Nvidia list, the existence of which any developer or publisher will have to go ahead and deny. In fact, this initial denial is probably a very good sign that we should take this list with a lot of salt, even when it is a title that seems like it. Could do Be a realistic candidate for PC port.
Of course, there were some objectionable and even outdated items on the list, but there were also some lists that weren’t completely weird. Hello 5 was one of them and some of the ports of special PlayStation games were different.
Sony has. Said That he plans to bring more of his games to PC that appreciates their appearance on the list, but that doesn’t mean we can be sure that certain games were part of the leak. ۔Returns. And Satan’s spirits. Among others, it will definitely come in PC and / or Nvidia streaming service.
As Nodia said in its statement, many of the lists were “speculative” and, as Jarrard’s statement showed, waiting for an official announcement before feeling more optimistic about any of them is probably all Safe from
So, Hello 5 is still not coming to PC. However, Hello is unlimited.. The next Hello game is coming to PC and Xbox very soon, in fact, its release date has finally been confirmed to be December 8. The port is designed with the PC in mind.