Microsoft has confirmed that the game Hello 2: Birthday will come to PC with Windows 10 on May 12, as part of the content Hello: The Chief Collection, as the company announced today.
The earth will never be the same.
Halo 2: The birthday arrives on PC as part of the Halo: Master Chief Collection on May 12! https://t.co/y5NHDTiQ1E pic.twitter.com/HVzgxIuY8V
– Hello (@Hello) May 5, 2020
The game will come to PC with 4K UHD and HDR resolution.
Hello 2: Birthday is a rebuilt HD version Hello 2, which was released on the original Xbox in 2004. This includes major overhaul of the game, as well as sound track and sound effects. Hello 2: Birthday This also allows users to switch from original graphics to updated graphics in campaign mode.
Hello 2: Birthday originally came out as part of Hello: The Chief Collection on Xbox One in 2014. This build is also featured Hello: Birthday of Battle Fight, Hello 3, Halo 3: ODST (Campaign) and Hello 4.
Microsoft will launch later Hello: Here for the organization about five years after its initial release. One PC port Master Chief's collection is launching in late 2019, though only included Hello: Reach at launch. Since then, Birthday of War Combat has been added, and Microsoft plans to increase the remaining games by 2020.
Hello 2 I know it is one of the most influential games of the console generation when it comes to online games. This is one of the first popular online multiplayer games, with many online players and becoming one of Microsoft's iconic titles for online games.