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Players planning on purchasing Max Payne 3 next week can now register their crews for the game’s multiplayer component.

Simply head over to the Rockstar Social Club and either log-in or sign-up. “Hit the CREW UP button on your profile page and you can browse Featured Crews looking for recruits or invite your mates to join your ranks to blast through Gang Wars and Team Deathmatch together,” explains Rockstar.

“All Crew leaders can also designate their squad as a particular type of Crew that best describes their M.O.: All-Stars who consider themselves elite players and strive to hit the upper echelons of the Leaderboards, Soldiers who are in for serious teamwork and killing field success, Rebels out to just kick some ass and make their presence known, Thrill Seekers who prefer mayhem over ranking up and cheevos, and Chatter Boxes for those gregarious socialites of the Social Club we know from official Event chats.”

Every player has the ability to sign up to five different crews, so don’t worry about tying yourself down early, just go and have fun. Crews are the perfect way to promote community in the game, players will get to know one another and will probably start little gang wars  which will hold people’s interest in the game. It also gives players a chance to hone their skills and get the best crew possible together before transferring over to GTA V. Thanks to Rockstar making them compatible with both games, players will use Max Payne as a training ground, therefore extending the game’s life.

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Max Payne 3 Crew Registration Opens

Players planning on purchasing Max Payne 3 next week can now register their crews for the game's multiplayer component.

By Matthew Bennett | 05/10/2012 08:59 AM PT

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Players planning on purchasing Max Payne 3 next week can now register their crews for the game’s multiplayer component.

Simply head over to the Rockstar Social Club and either log-in or sign-up. “Hit the CREW UP button on your profile page and you can browse Featured Crews looking for recruits or invite your mates to join your ranks to blast through Gang Wars and Team Deathmatch together,” explains Rockstar.

“All Crew leaders can also designate their squad as a particular type of Crew that best describes their M.O.: All-Stars who consider themselves elite players and strive to hit the upper echelons of the Leaderboards, Soldiers who are in for serious teamwork and killing field success, Rebels out to just kick some ass and make their presence known, Thrill Seekers who prefer mayhem over ranking up and cheevos, and Chatter Boxes for those gregarious socialites of the Social Club we know from official Event chats.”

Every player has the ability to sign up to five different crews, so don’t worry about tying yourself down early, just go and have fun. Crews are the perfect way to promote community in the game, players will get to know one another and will probably start little gang wars  which will hold people’s interest in the game. It also gives players a chance to hone their skills and get the best crew possible together before transferring over to GTA V. Thanks to Rockstar making them compatible with both games, players will use Max Payne as a training ground, therefore extending the game’s life.

Are you going to join a crew?

0   POINTS
0   POINTS



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89