The 'Halo: Master Chief' games collection is coming to PC.
Microsoft has confirmed that the series of remasters, which were originally released on Xbox in 2014, will arrive on Steam in chronological order, starting "later this year".
The order is as follows: 'Halo: Combat Evolved', 'Halo 2', 'Halo 3', 'Halo 3: ODST' and 'Halo 4'.
There will be option to purchase the games separately.
No specific released date has been announced yet.
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that 'Halo Infinite' will feature at E3 2019.
Bonnie Ross, the head of 343 Industries, told IGN that the game's director Chris Lee is set to talk about the highly-antipated next instalment of the popular first-person shooter game at the event, which takes place between June 11 and June 13 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
However, there is no word on what information he will be sharing.
It was previously claimed that it's a "spiritual reboot" of the Halo franchise.
It's the third game to be developed by 343 after they took over from Bungie for 'Halo 4' and 'Halo 5', but following the shortcomings related to the games, Ross said they took a step back to rethink the franchise before proceeding with 'Halo Infinite'.
She explained that they had time to "really reflect" on how to make the franchise better.
She said: "There has been a lot of introspective time to really reflect on what have we done as 343, where have we made mistakes, where have we hit it right, and what does Halo mean to all of us. [Halo Infinite] is coming from [a place of], 'What does Halo mean to all of us?'
"The trailer that we did [at E3], that's what Halo means to the studio. Maybe it took us two games to get there. We've done good things and bad things. But what does Halo mean to us? It's about hope and wonder and heroism and humanity and community and bringing a community together. That's what that trailer is, and that's what we want to do [with Halo Infinite]."
One of the biggest things they were working on, is making sure both the single-player campaign and the multi-player mode have compelling stories to tell.
She added: "So I look at Infinite as, we're going to put the whole thing together. Story is incredibly important and so is multiplayer. We have audiences that champion both sides - and then a lot of them that like both of them."
'Halo Infinite' has no release date as of yet, but it was previously rumoured as one of the launch titles for the new Xbox releasing in 2020.
Though there has been recent reports of it surfacing as soon as later this year.