Bad News For PC Gamers No Halo 5 PC Version Now!

After the leak from the Nvidia GeForce Database about the possibility of the launch of Halo 5 PC, 343 industries have given a statement that Halo 5 Guardians will not be coming to PC.

Earlier in this week, several leaks were uncovered regarding the potential upcoming PC games, including many Play Station exclusive games, and the most popular Halo 5 was one of them. After this leak, many Halo 5 lovers were getting excited and eagerly waited for the PC version launch.

What Nvidia said about Halo 5 PC?

In a statement to Wccftech, Nvidia clearly confirmed the leak but said that speculative titles on the list were used only for internal testing and tracking and the inclusion on the list is not a solid confirmation or announcement of any game.

People and Halo Gamer lovers didn’t stop this news, hopefully. They were expecting the Halo 5 might finally make its way to the PC gaming world. However, halo Community Director Brian Jarrard has now confirmed that the Halo 5 is not coming as a PC version.

Responding to posts a whole matter of confusion on Twitter, Jarrard said the listing was “maybe for the Hallo 5: Forge” but further added that there are no such plans for a Halo 5 PC version launch. No doubt, Jarrard admitted the craze of fans on the PC version of Halo 5 but said the studio is currently fully focused on infinite and MCC (Master Chief Collection).

Jarrard was very careful to deny the leak completely as he said there is no such plan now! But it looks like there is nothing such development now, nor will it be in the near future.

343 Industries is not the first time denying the plans to bring Halo 5 to PC. In the last year, Halo Community Manager John Junyszek confirmed that the Halo 5 would not come to the PC during a stream to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the game.

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Different opinions on Halo 5 PC

Fans, the thing is Halo 5 may not be the last game on the leaked Nvidia list that existence of which publisher will have to step onward and disagree. In fact, this early denial is always a good sign as we must not be overexcited before the launch of the game on the basis of leaks and NVidia’s probability listing about upcoming PC games.

It’s true that, there were still some questionable and outdated items on the list, but the list may not be totally bizarre. Halo 5 was obviously one of them, and you may also find some of the exclusive PlayStation games also.

Recently Sony has also said that it is planning to bring more of its games to PC ports which definitely offers credibility to their appearance on the list, but that doesn’t mean we can be damn sure about those specific games. Those are only a part of the leak. Some games like Demon’s Souls and Returnal will definitely come to the PC port.

Nvidia also said that the listings were just speculation, and Jarrard’s statement has shown that we should not be over-excited regarding such speculations. So, it’s better to wait for the real and official launch of the game!

Overall, Halo 5 PC is not coming for sure. However, the confirmed news is Halo Infinite will launch soon as this will be the next launch from 343 Industries, as confirmed by   Jarrard. The next Halo game is coming soon to PC and Xbox soon. Infect the release date is finally confirmed to be 8th December by the 343 industries. The Halo developer team is also confirmed about the first-class PC gaming experience of Halo Infinite, and that will not be a port; it will be built with PC in mind.

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