Remedy confirmed that the remake project of Max Payne 1 and 2 games to a higher level It is a step forward to achieve the restoration that fans have been waiting for.
Remedy Entertainment announced last year that it had started a project to remake Max Payne 1 and Max Payne 2, which was financed by Rockstar. Due to the wide popularity and numerous fans of this IP, it was expected that the news of the restoration of the memorable games of this series would be happy and exciting for many fans. However, since that date, very little news has been published about the progress level of this project.
Now, during the company’s recent financial report, Remedy CEO Tru Virtala commented on the game development process and the number of studios that are working on the projects ahead of the company. He confirmed in this report that the remake of Max Payne 1 and Max Payne 2 has gone one step further and entered the proof of concept phase. it is arrived. Usually, projects that are justified for attention and investment from various aspects are initially approved at this stage.
Virtala says in a part of his statement about this: “The development project of the remake of Max Payne 1 and 2 games has progressed well and within the first three months of the beginning of the project, it reached the Proof-of-Concept stage. it is arrived. The team of creators of this game is trying to provide a high-quality game for today’s consoles and computers by using the key elements of the games in this series. We expect that the project will go through its growing process well and the scale and dimensions of the team will gradually increase by the end of the year.”
Of course, this project is still in the very early stages of the construction process, and considering the various programs that Remedy is developing, it can be said that there is still a lot of time left until the remake of Max Payne games arrives. One of these games is Alan Wake 2, which has just reached the final stages of development and is expected to reach gamers this year. Also, games like Control 2 and its multiplayer spin-off codenamed Condor are also in the works.