Earlier today, Halo 2 and Halo 3 were spotted as Official Steam Community Groups within the Steam network. We already know that official groups can only be created by Valve, so we ask ourselves, what does this mean? We already discussed a few days ago the entrance of Halo Spartan Assault on the market which our author felt was a sign of things to come. A few days later Microsoft made a statement that they did not plan to bring more Halo titles to Steam. Now we know that not planning and not doing are two totally different things.
As we see the appearance of both Halo 2 and Halo 3 in the groups section of Steam we tend to think that Microsoft may want to sell more copies of their classic fan favorite Halo titles. It is a fact that if Halo 2 and Halo 3 came over to Steam there would be a huge amount of games sold. Halo offers one of the best story / campaigns of all time coupled with one of the top multiplayer experiences around. Lets hope that our discovery / hunch is correct here and that we will see some of our favorite Halo titles available on the Steam marketplace sometime soon.
Would you buy Halo 2 or Halo 3 if they appeared on the Steam market?
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