Max Payne 1 & 2 Remake: Remake at Remedy and Rockstar in Development
Remedy Entertainment announces in an official press release that an agreement has completed an agreement with Rockstar Games to implement Max Payne 1 & 2 Remake.
Remedy Entertainment, the makers of Max Payne, are pleased to announce that they will restore the iconic video games Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne as part of a new development agreement with Rockstar Games.
The relationship between Remedy and Rockstar Games is back to the original publication of Max Payne’s Max Payne Max Payne and Max Payne Games highly praised by the criticism, which was developed by Remedy and published by Rockstar Games.
Both games left an indelible impression in the popular culture and were praised for their Neo-Noir atmosphere, the groundbreaking story and “Bullet-Time” Gunplay.
“We were thrilled when our long-standing friends of Remedy approached us to revise the original Max Payne games,” says Sam Houser, founder of Rockstar Games, “We are big fans of work that the Remedy team in the work The years created, and we can not wait to play these new versions. “
“Max Payne has always taken a special place in the hearts of all Remedy employees, and we know that the millions of fans worldwide are the same world,” said Tero Virtala, CEO of Remedy. “We are very pleased to work together again with our partners at Rockstar Games to bring the players the story, the action and the atmosphere of the original Max Payne games in a new way.”
As part of the signed development agreement, Remedy will develop the games as a single title for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S and use its proprietary Northlight game engine.
The development budget of the game is funded by Rockstar Games and corresponds to the scope of a typical AAA game production of Remedy. The agreement provides that Remedy receives a license fee after Rockstar Games detained its development, marketing and other distribution and publication of the game.
The project is currently in the concept development phase.