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This week, we have a big announcement about Halo: The Master Chief Collection, but not the kind of big that’s only a few years old. This is a big one. It’s the biggest content update for Halo ever.

Today we’re announcing Halo 4 Master Chief Collection will arrive on PC via Steam on Sept. 6, at no additional cost for anyone who owns Halo 2. At least the same as other major PC bundles. This includes the complete game with all four add-ons, three game modes, a new campaign, multiplayer and achievements.

As for those who already own the game, though, you get Halo 3 Anniversary and the Anniversary Warzone map pack. As for the full game, you’ll have it on PC through September 6, when Halo 4 will be on sale for $20.

We’ll have more news about this big update when it’s released — check this space as soon as we’re able.

We’ll also be giving away a “Spartan Spartan” skin to the first 10 people to write about this in the coming days.

We hope you’re as excited as we are to see this happen.

The Washington Post reports that while Hillary Clinton did not call Donald Trump a bigot in her speeches to Wall Street banks, “several prominent Democratic donors to 2016 campaigns” are “viciously attacking” her campaign for allegedly ignoring the white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard’s bigotry.

Via WaPo:

In an Oct. 19 speech before bankers in New York, Hillary Clinton criticized Trump for supporting the ‘alt-right’ movement that supports nationalism and nationalism, white nationalism and white supremacists, and anti-Semitism. But that evening, prominent Democratic donors to 2016 campaigns and Democratic lawmakers such as Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts took issue with the speech’s message. During a Facebook video that has since been viewed more than 40,000 times, Warren attacked the Hillary Clinton campaign and accused it of not having enough “racial urgency