Max Payne 3
is "not a port" of the console versions of the game, Rockstar has asserted, revealing that it has been built from the ground up for the PC platform to "run beautifully straight out of the box".
"We're proud to say that Max Payne 3 will support Direct X 11 features including Tessellation," reads a fact sheet from Rockstar. "This means a higher frame-rate, greater visual fidelity, precision mouse and keyboard controls, a full suite of customisable visual and control settings, and optional 3D functionality for an even greater sense of immersion."
We also have a handful of PC-specific screens you can check out via the thumbnails below. It's great to see a steady increase in the number of developers taking the PC platform seriously again, and Max Payne 3 is really starting to look like a bit of a PC poster-child.
The game is due to arrive on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 May 15. Stay tuned for more in the lead up to its release, right here on AusGamers.