Microsoft­’s next con­sole gen­er­a­tion will be launch­ing right around the cor­ner, and the com­pa­ny is still grow­ing its list of enhanced exclu­sives for the Xbox Series X and Series S. Now we know for sure that Halo: The Mas­ter Chief Col­lec­tion will be includ­ed with­in that list, sup­port­ing 120 FPS and up to 4K.

The col­lec­tion will be get­ting this update on Novem­ber 17th, a week after the launch of both con­soles. It will opti­mize the entire cat­a­log of clas­sics to 120 FPS (for both cam­paign and mul­ti­play­er) as well as up to 4K sup­port and addi­tion­al split screen opti­miza­tions on the Xbox Series X. How­ev­er, the Microsoft tweet does­n’t men­tion the capa­bil­i­ties of the Series S ver­sions. Of course, the update will be free, as the col­lec­tion is includ­ed with Microsoft­’s Smart Deliv­ery pro­gram. The game is also on Xbox Game Pass for con­sole and PC, as well as Xbox Game Stream­ing on Android.

Halo: The Mas­ter Chief Col­lec­tion con­sists of the orig­i­nal Halo: Com­bat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach and Halo 4. It does­n’t include Halo 5: Guardians, and Microsoft has stat­ed it won’t be added in the future.

Although the delay of Halo Infi­nite might still have some fans sour, this does lessen he blow. Halo Infi­nite has no spe­cif­ic release date, but has been slat­ed for a vague 2021 launch window.