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Max Payne 3 PC Details Emerge Alongside Four New Screenshots

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Matt Gardner
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Max Payne 3, PC games, Rockstar, Screenshots

Max Payne 3 PC Details Emerge Alongside Four New Screenshots

PC fans rejoice! The PC version of Rockstar's upcoming blockbuster, Max Payne 3, has been developed alongside the console version, optimised for the platform in a way that should hopefully please even the grouchiest of keyboard and mouse fans.

At least that's the idea.

"Max Payne 3 on PC is not a port," said Rockstar today.

"The game has been designed to run beautifully straight out of the box, taking full advantage of everything the PC has to offer and we’re proud to say that Max Payne 3 will support Direct X 11 features including Tessellation. This means a higher frame rate, greater visual fidelity, precision mouse and keyboard controls, a full suite of customizable visual and control settings, and optional 3D functionality for an even greater sense of immersion.

"We are also aware that not all of our fans are in a position to run Max Payne 3 the highest spec hardware, so we've made sure that the game will run amazingly well through a vast range of hardware configurations."

Rockstar also dropped four new PC screenshots for your delectation. One is at the top, the other three are below:

Max Payne 3 PC Details Emerge Alongside Four New Screenshots

Max Payne 3 PC Details Emerge Alongside Four New Screenshots

Max Payne 3 PC Details Emerge Alongside Four New Screenshots

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hurrakan  Mar. 22, 2012 at 17:26

Bah - who cares about making it work on non-highest spec. hardware? ;)

The way I played Max Payne games was by trying to kill the entire room in a single dive. I would quick-save before opening each door and reload if I didn't do it in a "cool enough" way. Basically I re-did each room about 10 times.

Playing with no cross-hair was also kind of fun.

Max Payne is still in my top 10 games that I most enjoyed playing.

DivideByZero  Mar. 22, 2012 at 20:43

Bah - who cares about making it work on non-highest spec. hardware? ;)


Yep, just waiting on the GTX 680s to come out! Exciting times.

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