Halo: Reach launched on Steam yesterday, and it immediately raced into the top of Valve's charts of most-played games. 10 years ago, Microsoft has brought back the classic on PC with an impressive port that includes unlocked frame rates, a field-of-view slider, and even ultra-wide monitor support.
At its launch day peak, 161,000 people were playing Halo: Reach catapulting it into the fourth spot on Steam's most-played titles. Destiny 2 Rainbow Six Siege Grand Theft Auto V Reach is now sitting comfortably in seventh place.
Halo: Reach What a massively popular title on the Xbox 360, but it's still impressive to see it immediately jump into the top of Steam's most-played games. Halo Halo 2 Vista Halo 2 Vista Halo 2 Vista on the company's terrible Games for Windows live service back in 2007.