Here are the times Halo: Reach goes live, but no pre-load

Halo Reach live pre-load

After what seems like an eternity (actually about eight months give or take), Halo: Reach will be available for the first time on PC tomorrow. Halo fans have been waiting patiently since it was The Master Chief Collection was announced for PC. After months of testing and bug squashing, the first game in the collection is nearly here. And now we know what time. It’s just too bad you can’t pre-load it.

Halo: Reach will be available on the Microsoft Store and Steam. John Junyszek, community manager for 343 Industries, posted the live times on Twitter earlier today. The game will be playable across all regions at the same time, starting at 1 PM EST or 5 PM GST. Unfortunately, Halo: Reach will have no pre-load options available. If you want the game downloaded onto your PC after you get home from work, you’ll have to leave your computer on and set it to download. It’s not a hefty download at 20 GB, but it still adds more time between you and your return to Reach.

Cameron Woolsey
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