Over the past few years, we’ve seen how 343 Industries has improved the content of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The Master Chief’s compilation of adventures has been constantly evolving, as his gaming community has entered the various game rooms of his competitive multiplayer and experienced frantic and fast-paced shootouts.
But by now I have to tell you that the studio has no plans to implement things from the PC version on the consoles. Since they communicated this to add mods in the Xbox version, there are no long term plans.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection will not support mods on Xbox
This information was revealed in a Halo Waypoint article. In this article published by Tyler Davis, it was commented that before embarking on such an implementation move, they must know in advance how to achieve it. Sharing in turn, which the developer does not intend to add in the future.
At the moment, there are no plans to bring PC mods to consoles. Our goal for this year is to roll out and improve the modding experience on PC before we start to assess how we might, if we decide to do so, bring it to consoles. We have seen quite a few rumors about this and would like to point out that at present there is no official plan to do so. That might change in the future, but it’s not on the current roadmap.
What about you? Would you have liked this type of support to be added? Remember, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is available for the Xbox, Xbox One, and PC series.
Fountain: Halo Waypoint