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Wednesday, 23 May 2012 08:23

Max Payne 3 for PC coming June 1st

Written by David Stellmack

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Over 3 million copies shipped for consoles

Big news on the Max Payne 3 front is that the PC version will now be scheduled for release worldwide on June 1st.

This is a change from the original plan for the North American release for the PC to take place on Tuesday May 29th. Rockstar has elected to launch the PC version worldwide on the same day, which just happened to be the original European release date.

As part of the Take-Two financial report we also found out that over three million copies of Max Payne 3 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 were shipped to dealers around the world. Take-Two is bullish on the potential of Max Payne 3 on the consoles and is also expecting significant sales of the title on the PC when it arrives on June 1st.


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