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Rockstar Games has just announced a few changes to its plans for the upcoming Max Payne 3 DLC.
Back in May, Rockstar announced a total of seven DLC packs for Max Payne 3, including the previously released Local Justice map pack. The Disorganized Crime Pack, which features a new multiplayer map located in Max's Hoboken neighborhood and several new Score Attack modifiers, will be released in August for free. However, the other five planned DLC packs have been consolidated into three larger offerings. Rockstar has stated that the co-op content contained in the New York Minute Co-op Pack will now be available in the Deathmatch Made in Heaven Pack. Here's the full break down of what is available and when:
Those who bought the Max Payne 3 Rockstar Pass will still get all of the above content for free. Today Rockstar also announced that the Local Justice map pack will be available on PC on Friday, August 3, for a discounted price of $5.99. A week later it will increase to $7.99.
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Awesome news; all the dlc in a shorter amount of time.
I got Max Payne 3 recently and I'm having fun with it' singleplayer and multiplayer, but I'm too backlogged with DLC I still need to purchase. I don't have much money to set aside for these map packs.
I would still appreciate better matchmaking
Not a big fan of the multiplayer, so no thanks.
Don't play the multiplayer cause I, for some reason, suck at 3rd person shooters. I die a lot. The co-op sounds gravy though.
That just means less money people will have to pay.
I still have to finish this game. Multiplayer is pretty fun though.
wish it came with some single player dlc
sweet!! this game is REALLY great