Max Payne 3 DLC schedule continues into October

Wednesday, 1st August 2012 17:27 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Rockstar has detailed the extra DLC hitting Max Payne 3 a bit more, in case you didn’t get the full grasp of it yesterday.

The content from the remaining five packs will be consolidated into three larger packs, with the content from the previously announced New York Minute Co-Op Pack and Trickle Down Economics Map Pack now spread across the lot. The Co-Op content originally planned for the New York Minute Pack has been integrated into the Deathmatch Made in Heaven Pack.

Max Payne 3′s DLC schedule, which runs into the fall, is as follows:

  • Disorganized Crime Pack: Available in August for free.
  • Hostage Negotiation Map Pack: Available in September for 800 MS Points or £7.29 on PS3 and PC.
  • Painful Memories Map Pack: Available in October for 800 MS Points or £7.29 on PS3 and PC.
  • Deathmatch Made in Heaven Mode: Available in October for 800 MS Points or £7.29 on PS3 and PC.

The Local Justice Map Pack arrived on the PS Store today in Europe, and yesterday in the US. PC players get it August 9 along with the pre-order and retail DLC including the Cemetery Multiplayer Map, Silent Killer Loadout Pack, Pill Bottle Item, Deadly Force Burst and the Classic Max Payne 1 Character on on the same date.

The Max Payne 3 Special Edition Pack is available today for Xbox 360 and PS3 for $1.99/160 MS Points.

Those who own the Rockstar Pass for the game will get the lot free.



  1. Moonwalker1982

    During that conference call they admitted that the sales for Max Payne 3 were rather dissappointing. So Rockstar realizes that they can’t keep marketing these DLCs, cause there’s not enough interest for it. I hope this means GTA V marketing is gonna start soon and we’ll see it showing up on Rockstar’s Newswire soon. Judging by that update on Rockstar’s Epsilon sure seems like it.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Docker Al

    The online is dead.The biggest play-list never has more than 200 or so players in it,with the total player count across all playlists sitting at well under 1000.They won’t be selling much DLC!

    #2 2 years ago

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