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Final Max Payne 3 DLC pack announced by Rockstar games

Max Payne 3 fans will be rewarded with the game’s final DLC pack on the 22nd January, Rockstar games has announced.
 
The Max Payne 3 DLC Deathmatch Made in Heaven pack is said to include new multiplayer features, co-op storylines and competitive modes.

As of yet, Rockstar has released very few details about the DLC pack’s specific content, but it has said that more details will follow in the days to come.

Judging from the official artwork released for the pack, the new content will be as action packed as fans have come to expect, with pain-pill popping Max and dual-wielding pal Passos shown surrounded by an abundance of armed enemies.

The final pack follows a wealth of other Max Payne 3 DLC offered by Rockstar, including the Painful Memories and Hostage Negotiation packs which featured a host of new weapons, achievements and multiplayer maps for fans to enjoy.

With a Max Payne 3 Deathmatch Made in Heaven DLC release date set for January 22nd, the final Max Payne 3 DLC content will cost wannabe owners 800 Microsoft Points on XBOX Live and £7.29 on PC. Playstation 3 users will have to wait until January 30th for the DLC pack to appear on PSN though for £7.29. The content will be free of charge to Rockstar Pass owners.

Will you be downloading the latest slice of Max Payne 3 pie? Are you excited for Rockstar’s next best-seller, GTA V? Let us know via our Twitter and Facebook pages or through the comment boxes below.

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