Max Payne 3 Muliplayer Crews launches Wednesday
This Wednesday, you'll be able to get a head start on putting together your Max Payne 3 multiplayer crews.
In addition to today's full Rockstar Games Social Club site reboot, later this week there will be the additional launch of Social Club Crews where you'll be able to register, create, and rally your Max Payne 3 multiplayer crew.
You'll notice, in today's redesign, that you can now view the profile page of fellow Social Club members. Once Crews registration begins on Wednesday, you can then recruit one another into Crews to team up for Gang Wars or do battle against one another in Team Deathmatch. Max Payne 3 releases in about a week, so it's time to know who is on your side and who is against you in Max Payne 3's multiplayer.
For those unfamiliar, crews are a groups of players that you can join up with via the Social Club - Rockstar's online service - that provide benefits both in-game and out, expanding beyond what the PS3 or Xbox 360 friends list offers.
Regardless of whether your in a private crew of just you and your friends or a public crew open to everyone, performing tasks with crew members - like avenging a fallen Crew member - will earn you XP bonuses.