'Register and rally' your Max Payne 3, Grand Theft Auto 5 multiplayer Crews
Making good on Monday's promise, Rockstar has enabled Social Club Crews on the recently revamped Rockstar Games Social Club.
Now you can "register, recruit and rally" your Social Club Crew - or find a solid Crew to join - prior to the launch of Max Payne 3 next week. Team up to dominate multiplayer in Max Payne 3 and have your crew carry over to the eventual launch of Grand Theft Auto (maybe in October?).
Simply hit the "Crew Up" button on your profile page and you can browse Featured Crews looking for recruits or invite your friends to join your ranks and blast through the multiplayer ranks of Max Payne 3, racking up XP and starting online Feuds. Every Social Club member can belong to up to five crews.
Crew leaders can also designate their squad as a particular type of Crew that best describes their M.O.: All-Stars, Soldiers, Rebels, Thrill Seekers, and Chatter Boxes.
The Crews page also contains info on the in-game benefits Crew members get in online Multiplayer. You'll receive an XP boost whenever you fight as part of a Crew or battle against rival Crews and their members online. And because this feature is linked through the Social Club, you can represent your Crew across PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Crews can even customize their own emblem using a new and robust customization toolkit. The Emblem Editor is packed with thousands of shapes, colors, icons, and tools to let your imagination run wild. Any Crew member can create and propose an Emblem crest by uploading it to the Crew's gallery, and it's up to the designated Crew leader to issue the seal of approval and assign it to represent the team in online Multiplayer.
Crew up now and prepare for your Max Payne 3 multiplayer Feuds.