Max Payne 3 feature

New Max Payne 3 and LA Noire patches add all paid DLCs as free content

Rockstar has released new patches for the PC versions of Max Payne 3 and L.A. Noire. These patches add the paid DLCs for both of these games as free content. As such, owners of MP3 and L.A. Noire can now have access to some free content.

In addition, these patches drop official support for 32-bit operating systems. However, L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files still supports 32-bit operating systems.

As always, the Rockstar Launcher and Steam will download these patches the next time you launch their clients. Below you can also find their complete changelogs.

Max Payne 3 Update v1.0.0.255 Release Notes

General – PC

  • Support for 32-bit operating systems has been deprecated

Content – PC

  • PC versions of Max Payne 3 now include all previously released DLC, including:
    • Max Payne 3: Deathmatch Made in Heaven Pack
    • Max Payne 3: Painful Memories Pack
    • Max Payne 3: Hostage Negotiation Pack
    • Max Payne 3: Local Justice Pack
    • Max Payne 3: Silent Killer Loadout Pack
    • Max Payne 3: Cemetery Map
    • Max Payne 3: Special Edition Pack
    • Max Payne 3: Deadly Force Burst
    • Max Payne 3: Pill Bottle Item
    • Max Payne 3: Classic Max Payne Character
L.A. Noire Update v2663.1.0.0 Release Notes

General – PC

  • Support for 32-bit operating systems has been deprecated

Content – PC

  • PC versions of L.A. Noire now include all previously released DLC, including:
    • The Broderick Detective Suit
    • The Sharpshooter Detective Suit
    • The Badge Pursuit Challenge & Button Man Suit
    • “The Naked City” Vice Case
    • “A Slip of the Tongue” Traffic Case
    • “Nicholson Electroplating” Arson Case
    • “Reefer Madness” Vice Case
    • “The Consul’s Car” Traffic Case

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