Xbox Upgrades: Minecraft, Halo, New Controller and Much More
Yesterday, on March 12, Microsoft made a couple of important announcements regarding the games for its famous Xbox and the console itself. Some of the rumours were refuted, but also some pretty exciting news came out, which we will cover in today’s article.

Minecraft on Game Pass

One of the most popular and most frequently played games on Earth, Minecraft (which actually belongs to Microsoft) will appear on the subscription service Xbox Game Pass starting from April 4. This update will expand the accessibility of this game in the genre of sandbox even further, although its monthly audience already equals to 74 million players from different parts of the world.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC

Microsoft has confirmed the information that the whole Halo: The Master Chief Collection will soon be available for PC players. The developers also promised to put it out on Steam and Microsoft Store some time later. Each game in the collection will be available for purchase individually. The whole package will retail for a price around 30 dollars, since it is how much the collection costs for the console Xbox One. There is one more exciting update regarding Halo. The 2010 Halo: Reach will become a part of the collection, following the requests of players.

New controller

Besides new games, the company also announced the new controller for Xbox One. [caption id="attachment_30308" align="alignnone" width="603"] Source: Gamespot[/caption] The new controller is said to combine luxury and sci-fi features. It will retail for 70 dollars, the sales start on April 2. Subscribe to The Coin Shark news in Facebook: