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Friday, 09 September 2011 13:58

Max Payne 3 coming next March

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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For PC and consoles
Well, it was about time we learned of Max Payne’s fate, as the game was delayed a few times but Rockstar finally announced the launch date for Max Payne 3.

The company said that Max Payne 3 will launch sometime in March, although it's understandable if gamers are skeptical. Namely, the game was intended to launch back in 2009, only to be delayed a few time since.

The game will launch for the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. This time around, we can expect a multiplayer mode as well, which according to the company should deliver a :”compelling experience that dynamically alters maps and mode progression for all players in a match. Along with traditional multiplayer modes, Max Payne 3 will also include a deep reward and leveling system, persistent clans and multiple strategic load-out options.”

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