Halo fans clamour for Nintendo Switch Master Chief Collection port

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An image of Halo The Master Chief Collection on Nintendo Switch OLED

The Nintendo Switch is still a big hit with hardcore and casual gamers to this day, with fans wanting to see their favorite titles in the console/handheld hybrid. Long-requested titles like Persona 5 Royal are finally available in the system, but fans want more. Even if they’re unlikely such as Xbox’s Halo.

While we’ve seen Xbox exclusives like Cuphead and the Ori games make their way to the Switch, Halo is still a reach (get it?). Still, that hasn’t stopped fans from imagining the Master Chief Collection coming to the system, especially with how beloved those original games are.

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Despite Nintendo and Microsoft being more friendly in recent years, it’s going to take some sort of miracle to see Halo on the Switch. That being said, we won’t ruin anyone’s dream to see the collection on Nintendo Switch, especially if it actually comes true.

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On Reddit, a fan shared art of a hypothetical Switch bundle with Halo: The Master Chief Collection, complete with custom joy-cons that match the series. It’s a gorgeous piece of art and there’s no denying that having Halo on a handheld platform would be an amazing experience.

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Admittedly, there are other ways to experience Halo on a handheld, though it won’t be as comfortable as the Switch. Xbox Game Pass users can play The Master Chief Collection through Xbox Cloud Gaming, though they will need really good internet and plenty of battery life.

The Steam Deck seems like an obvious option for Halo: The Master Chief Collection but there seem to be some problems. Unfortunately, players have had some issues playing the brilliant FPS compilation.

Halo isn’t the only game that has gone through this problem, as many other games are also not Steam Deck-compatible. Perhaps, one day, the MCC team will bring true Steam Deck support to the PC version.

Currently, Halo: The Master Chief Collection can be played on Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.