I agree that PC are very intimidating and consoles are casual, but that is likely only the case in the US. In most other countries, pc gaming makes more sense because a pc has more functions than just playing games. Regular base line pc's have hardware that is much more capable at playing games on low to mid settings thus making it easier for a majority of people to access games. This is not the case for most console juggernaut games such as Halo and CoD, however pc hardware is only getting better.BlastThyName wrote:Consoles will always have a place. They are casual and accessible machines.Skullbasher1322 wrote:I'm a PC player and have been for the past seven years. I still buy every new console from Microsoft and find myself ONLY buying the Halo games. If Halo Infinite and all the rest of the future Halo games were to be released in the Windows 10 store it would save myself and probably thousands of others from being forced to purchase a console. I think it is safe to say that the traditional "gaming console" is dying. People want more than one use out of a $300 - $400 console. With a PC at least you have a bunch of other uses for it. The Xbox itself is becoming more useful by being able to have other apps such as YouTube, Netflix, etc. I really wonder if we will see the Xbox itself becoming more of a OS than an individual console in the future.
PC is definitely more intimidating, I don't see Microsoft backtracking on their Windows 10 gaming initiative, trains with this momentum are very hard to stop.
Infinite will be on PC, and likely future Halos as well. The real question pertains to older, legacy Halo titles. Will those be released on PC ? The Master Chief Collection could, but Halo 5 will likely remain Xbox exclusive.
As for Halo Infinite being on pc I'm quite happy about it, although I wonder if there will be cross play.