Remedy announced that it was going to redo the classics of the PlayStation 2 Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne for PlayStation 5 in partnership with Rockstar Games. The two remakes will be delivered in one product, the project currently being at the “stage of development of the concept”. Remedy will use its Northlight owner game engine and production is funded by the Grand Theft Auto manufacturer. No release date is mentioned as part of the press release.
Sam Household, founder of Rockstar Games, said, “We were delighted when our long-time friends from Remedy approached us to redo the original games of Max Payne. We are large fans of the work that the Remedy team has created over the years, and we look forward to playing these new versions.
The CEO of Remedy, TERO VIRTALA, then explains how the Max Payne series has always been a special place in everyone’s heart at Remedy. “We are extremely delighted to work again with our Rockstar Games partners to have the chance to revive the history, action and atmosphere of the original Max Payne games to players in a new way. »