The new post showcases some of the home offices of the team as they work to bring the MCC to the PC, with setups that range from a backyard farm with multiple goats to a desk set up in the garage to ensure separation between work and life. You can check out the rest of the teams set up in the post, which tweaks many pictures of pets and PCs from developers.
The blog also includes updates on Halo 2's progress after the Insider test in April. From the test period, the team received 2000 tickets, and will now work on bringing Halo 2 to the PC "in the not too distant future."
While the focus at the moment is on getting Halo 2 released, some work-in-progress screenshots from Halo 3 and Halo 3 have also been released by the team: ODST, and once Halo 2 is released they will look for additional insider play tests for those games.
Halo Reach and Halo: Combat Evolved as part of the Master Chief Collection, are currently available on Steam.
Microsoft has shared the first images of Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST on PC