Rockstar will collaborate with Remedy Entertainment Studio to bring Remake of Max Payne 1 and 2 for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S.

 

The remakes will be made on Remedy's Northlight game engine, which is the same engine that is used to develop the control as well as the upcoming game Alan Wake 2. If you want to have a good example of probably roughly what the games are going to look like then have a playthrough of control, I believe it's still all Xbox game pass as well. Nonetheless, great game very much worth checking out.

 

The game itself also looks pretty good too, so you'll probably get a good idea of what you can expect in terms of ray tracing and that sort of stuff.

 

As for my own personal quick thoughts on this the fact that remedy is allowed to remake these games and by the sounds of it have full control over development is definitely a nice thing to hear. The fact that the original creators of the first two games will have full creative control will only help with making this a better game overall, so that's very good to hear.


Max Payne 1, Max Payne 2, Remakes, Release date, When Coming Out


Currently, at the time recording the game is still in concept phase so this is going to be quite a few years away before we're going to be hearing some actual concrete side of screenshots or trailers or anything along the lines but it has been improved and it is going to exist so within the next couple of years we most likely are going to hear some more about these remakes as well as finally getting hands on it because they do definitely deserve a remake and they're very fantastic games. So if you've never played them before well maybe it's either a time to go and play them now or hold off until they actually do come out. 

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