Max Payne 3 – Multiplayer Weapon Tuning Update Released

Rockstar has released a new multiplayer update for Max Payne 3, that adjusts weaponry online with aim to enhance overall balance, and is currently available in all three platforms. This patch will be auto-downloaded next time you start the game and you can view its complete changelog below. Rockstar will keep updating and balancing the game according to its fans feedback, so make sure to hit them back with your suggestions. Enjoy!
Max Payne 3 – Multiplayer Weapon Tuning Update Changelog:
• RPG
o Starting ammunition reduced
o Projectile will no longer ricochet or skim off smooth surfaces
• .38 Revolver
o Effective range increased
• DE .50
o Accuracy and effective range slightly increased
o Starting ammunition increased
o Resolved an issue that prevented the Gas Systems Kit attachment from granting the correct damage bonus
• 608 Bull
o Starting ammunition increased
• Mini-30
o Slightly lowered rate of fire
o Reduced ammunition capacity of both normal and extended magazines
o Recoil recovery speed improved
• Sawn Off
o Significantly increased damage and range
• Super Sport
o Starting ammunition increased
• Two-Handed Shotguns
o Resolved an issue that prevented the Gas Systems Kit attachment from granting the correct damage bonus
o Improved the effectiveness of the Barrel Upgrade attachment
• Suppressor Attachments
o Now correctly decreases weapon damage at moderate to long range

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