Max Payne 2

Max Payne 2

New York cop Max Payne returns in Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. In the midst of investigating a band of hitmen known as the Cleaners, Max finds Mona Sax, a woman long thought dead. But after Mona is later arrested on suspicion of murder, the mysterious hitmen return to make an attempt on her life. What follows is a film noir love story laced with action and tragedy. 

Release: Oct. 15, 2003 Developer: Remedy
Max Payne 2
Digital Product only

Delve into the dark world of a New York cop pushed to his limits in Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne.

Developed by Remedy Entertainment and produced by 3D Realms, the sequel to 2001’s critically-acclaimed Max Payne (2001) perfects series-staple bullet-time gameplay, blending it with intense third-person action and Hollywood-style cinematic shootouts.  

'Remedy Entertainment has again, defined the "cinema" in "cinematic." Absolutely no one out there can do Max.' - PC Arena


It’s Bullet Time: Intense gun-blazing action with cinematic slo-mo gameplay.

Payne Killer: Wield handguns, shotguns, SMGs, assault rifles and more, as Max gives his enemies everything he’s got.

Partner in Crime: A.I. partners fight alongside Max in his greatest hour of need.

A Film Noir Love Story: Discover more about this corrupt and callous world as Max fights against mysterious and unknown forces. 

Maximum Havok: Industry-defining physics with Havok 2.0 brings combat ever closer to reality.

Controller Support: Partial Xbox 360 Controller support.

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System Requirements for Max Payne 2

Minimum Requirements:

450MHz AMD / Intel Processor
16MB Direct3D Compatible Graphics Card

Recommended System:

700 MHz AMD / Intel Processor
128 MB RAM
32 MB Direct3D Compatible Graphics Card

Generic requirements:

DirectX 8.0
DirectSound compatible sound card

Full install: 830 MB
Minimum install: 530 MB

Minimum install will load the levels from the game CD. Full installation is recommended for optimal performance.