Arguably one of the best Halo games, Halo: Reach, is launching on Xbox One incredibly soon. During Microsoft’s Inside Xbox at X019, the company revealed that the HD remaster is launching next month. On December 3, gamers can boot up their copies of The Master Chief Collection and install the highly anticipated title. It is going to cost $9.99 for those that already own The Master Chief Collection, while the game itself, along with this new DLC is priced at $39.99. Xbox Game Pass owners can expect to download it for no additional charge. Halo Community Director @ske7ch just announced on #InsideXbox #X019 Halo Reach releases 03 December. That’s. Less than a month from now. — Larry Hryb #X019 is now (@majornelson) November 14, 2019 Halo: Reach originally launched back in 2010 for the Xbox 360. The game is a direct prequel to Halo: Combat Evolved and follows a group called Noble Team 6. It takes place in the year 2552 where the war between humans and the Covenant is at a lock. The planet, Reach, is under invasion by the Covenant which must be pushed back by the Noble Team. It’s a game that is vastly underrated among the Halo community and was the last in the series to be developed by Bungie themselves. The upcoming, Halo: Reach remaster is launching on Xbox One and PC next month. Fans are currently able to pre-order the title so they can be ready to boot up the game as soon as it’s available.