Before buying Halo: Combat Evolved for PC, don't forget to compare the system requirements provided by the game developers with your system configuration. Usually, the minimum system requirements mean the configuration, which will allow the game to start and work normally at minimum quality settings.
If your PC reaches the recommended requirements, you can have a stable gameplay with high quality settings. If you prefer to play at Ultra settings, you should have better hardware then specified in the system requirements recommended by the developers.
You can find the official Halo: Combat Evolved system requirements from the developers on this page. If you think there is any mistake on the page, feel free to write us on the contact page
Pentium III 933MHz
1.2GB free space on HDD
32MB 3D video card
Halo PC refers to the version of Halo: Combat Evolved built for home computers, including both PC and Mac platforms. Halo: Combat Evolved was originally planned to be made for the Mac platform
Bungie switched the platform to the upcoming Xbox after it was bought by Microsoft in 2000. On September 30, 2003, Gearbox Software ported Halo to the PC and added some additional features.
A demo was also released ahead of the PC version. The game demos and videos that were included in the Xbox version were removed from the PC version.
Halo PC included several new features that the Xbox version of Halo lacked, including several exclusive multiplayer maps: Timberland, Death Island, Gephirophobia, Danger Canyon, Ice Fields and Infinity.
It also includes weapons left over from the Xbox version which are the fuel rod gun and flamethrower and vehicles such as the Banshee and the Rocket Warthog.