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- The remakes of Max Payne 1 and 2 are progressing well and have entered the proof-of-concept phase, according to a new Remedy financial report.
- Studio CEO Tero Vartala expects projects to progress well and the size of the dev team to grow by the end of 2023.
Developer Remedy Entertainment has updated fans regarding the remake of Max Payne 1 and 2, stating that the project will “Well developedDuring the first quarter of 2023. Earlier, remakes were in their conceptual stage with a small team working on them. But now, the project “Proof of conceptPart of the development, according to the studio’s CEO.
In recent Remedy Q1 2023 Financial Report, CEO Tero Virtala talks about the upcoming Max Payne title. He explained how the development team has been working tirelessly to bring the first two Max Payne games to life. The studio CEO also said that the remakes will be of high quality and will be launched on console and PC. Additionally, Vartla expects the project to progress well as the dev team expands by the end of the year.
A remake of Max Payne 1 and 2 Good progress has been made and the project has moved into the proof of concept phase during the first quarter. The development team has worked effectively in proving the key elements of Max Payne and bringing the game to the highest quality on today’s consoles and PC. We expect the project to continue to progress well and the team size will gradually increase towards the end of the year.
Rockstar and therapeutic entertainment announced A remake of Max Payne 1 and 2 in April last year. Both games will feature the same title and will be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC. However, we haven’t heard much from any of the parties involved since the news broke in 2022. In February, Remedy said in a statement Financial statements That the game was in its conceptual phase and showing progress.
We got more information about the Max Payne 1 and 2 in March 2022 Annual Financial Report from treatment. Control developer reiterated that the game was still in its conceptual stage a year after its announcement. Also, only a small team was developing gameplay concepts for the upcoming remake. Remedy’s second major title, Alan Wake 2, was because most of the studio was working on a horror game.
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