Rockstar has polished up its Social Club ahead of its next major release, Max Payne 3.
The updated version allows players to personalise their profile pages and interact social network style with walls, cheers, and jeers. An activity stream keeps you up to date with friends’ progress and multiplayer habits, and finding and adding friends has been made easier.
Finally, you’ll be able to link your account to, and even log in via, Facebook and Twitter, as well as link your gaming IDs.
Like Red Dead Redemption, Max Payne 3 (and later, Grand Theft Auto V) allows multiplayer guilds called crews, so get your page snazzied up before the shooter drops on consoles on May 15 in the US and May 18 elsewhere, with a PC release due at the end of the month.