First Look: The MaxPayne 3 Multiplayer Twitter Winners as They Appear in the Game

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In January, it was announced that eight lucky people were selected from an exclusive Twitter casting-call to have their likenesses appear as playable characters in Max Payne 3’s multiplayer –  and today the reveal of exactly how they will look in-game is right here.

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In the selection of shots above, the gun-toting group of digitized incarnations can be seen in action at several of Max Payne 3’s multiplayer maps each of which are based on levels from the single-player game story – including the docks on the Tietê River, the favelas, and the São Paulo bus depot.

Congratulations once again to the international set of cast members.

  • Harald Fraenkel (@HaraldFraenkel) from Germany whose mohawk and menacing glare have made it through intact…
  • Radio DJ Dave Wheeler (@Wheelerj28) from Winnipeg, Canada, looking sharp and poised for action…
  • Alexis “Lou” (@Alexisssx3) from Southern California, with her fiery red short-cropped hair…
  • Elvis (@ElvisMarques) ready to represent for his home of Brazil…
  • Artist Shohei (@hakuchitare) from Japan with his distinctive hairstyle slicked back and shaved on the sides making for a mean looking killer…
  • Hamish (@SilentHamish) from Australia who as expected has come off looking a convincing action hero…
  • Jaclyn (@jaclynejimenez) from the NYC area as a no-nonsense, tough yet feminine guerilla solider…
  • and Nick (@TwisBeats) of London whose unique braided beard has been faithfully re-created – here posed in a dignified grey suit…

Keep in mind that the Max Payne 3 online multiplayer avatar selector is customizable, so you will be able to dress these guys up in a vast variety of ensembles as you tailor your character’s look (and weaponry) before going online and brutalizing the competition.

We’ll be revealing more of Max Payne 3’s multiplayer including details on avatar and loadout selections in the coming weeks…

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