Max Payne 3 is Releasing on MAY 15 ! This is the third game in the Max Payne series and the first to be developed by Rockstar Vancouver instead of Finnish game developer Remedy Entertainment. The lead writer of the game is Dan Houser, also the writer of almost every part of the GTA III era games.
The game takes place 12 years after May Payne 2. Max Payne leaves New York for São Paulo in Brazil in an attempt to escape his tragic past. Max is no longer a cop and has developed an addiction to prescription pills. In São Paulo his job is to protect the family of wealthy real estate mogul Rodrigo Branco. Things start running out of hand soon enough and Max finds himself all alone in a strange city, searching for a way out. Max Payne 3 will also have a multiplayer option. The developer of the first two games did originally plan to make a multiplayer but never launched it. Due to Max Payne’s einzelganger imago they found it difficult to come up with ideas for an interesting multiplayer version.
Rockstar Vancouver wanted to keep the familiar characteristics of the original games and the game will make return of Bullet time in action sequences. In this game it will possible for players to see every hole the bullets make in their enemies. Another new feature is the Last Man Standing mechanic. Max gets a short reprieve from death if he has one pain killer on him, and if he kills the person who shot him in that time he stays alive.
In the trailer the city of São Paulo is shown as well as the people Max Payne works for and associates with; Max Payne’s raw, depressed persona along with the dark streets and glimpses of the underworld appear to be the right base for a nocturnal, violent gangster story.
MAX PAYNE 3 TRAILER.
MAX PAYNE3 System Requirements.
1. Microsoft Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2, or 7 SP1
2. Intel 2.4 GHz dual-core or AMD 2.6 GHz dual-core – Intel Core i7-3930K or AMD FX-8150
3. 2 GB of RAM -16 GB of RAM
4. NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT 512 MB or ATi Radeon HD 3400 512 MB – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 2 GB or ATi Radeon HD 7970 3 GB
100% DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card supporting Dolby Digital Live
5. 35 GB of free hard disk space