As part of a new development partnership with Rockstar Games, Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne maker Remedy Entertainment has revealed that they would remake them.
The original Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne was out in the market by Rockstar Games. Founder of Rockstar Games Sam Houser remarked, “We were excited when our long-time colleagues at Remedy contacted us about replicating the classic Max Payne games”. As one user put it, “We are huge admirers of the Remedy team’s work throughout the years”. “Also, we can’t wait to watch these updated versions.”
With its own Northlight engine, Remedy will create a single game for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox One XS. Rockstar Games will match Remedy’s AAA budgets for this project regarding funding. Afterwards, Rockstar Games has recovered its production, advertising, and other publishing and distribution expenditures. In addition, it will pay a royalty to Remedy as part of the agreement.
Remedy’s CEO Tero Virtala feels the same way about Max Payne, who has a devoted fan base all around the globe. Our friends at Rockstar Games are “thoroughly delighted” about the prospect of collaborating with us once again. It delivers the narrative, action, and spirit of the original Max Payne games to gamers again in new ways.
Third-person shooter video game Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne was by Remedy Entertainment. Rockstar Games in October 2003 released it. In addition, developed by Rockstar Games, it follows Max Payne (2001) and is the second instalment in the series.
Max Payne 2 follows the narrative of the NYPD investigator and previous vigilante as he reconnects with contract assassin Mona Sax. Moreover, it must cooperate with her to uncover a conspiracy of murder and betrayal.
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