Owners of Max Payne 3 and LA Noire games on the PC get all the DLCs for free
Strange things happened yesterday with the Rockstar games on Steam. First, they were all briefly withdrawn from sale, so they were quickly returned, and with them, Midnight Club 2 was returned - a game that has not been on sale since 2018. And then the game was removed again because, as they say in Rockstar, it was returned to Steam by mistake.
However, some other good things did not happen by mistake. Namely, two games in the PC edition received an upgrade that included previously charged extensions in the standard edition. L.A. Noire and Max Payne 3 thus now come with all the DLCs in the package, at no extra cost.
In other words, if you have L.A. on Steam. Noire and/or Max Payne 3, from now on you have them with all the extras that have been launched for these games. Specifically, there are ten DLCs for Max Payne 3 and eight DLCs for L.A. Black. The only thing these games have lost since the last update is support for 32-bit operating systems.
Max Payne 3 DLCs added to the standard edition of the game:
- Max Payne 3: Deathmatch Made in Heaven Pack
- Max Payne 3: Painful Memories Pack
- Max Payne 3: Hostage Negotiation Pack
- Max Payne 3: Local Justice Pack
- Max Payne 3: Silent Killer Loadout Pack
- Max Payne 3: Cemetery Map
- Max Payne 3: Special Edition Pack
- Max Payne 3: Deadly Force Burst
- Max Payne 3: Pill Bottle Item
- Max Payne 3: Classic Max Payne Character
L.A. Noire DLCs added to the standard edition of the game:
- The Broderick Detective Suit
- The Sharpshooter Detective Suit
- The Badge Pursuit Challenge & Button Man Suit
- “The Naked City” Vice Case
- “A Slip of the Tongue” Traffic Case
- “Nicholson Electroplating” Arson Case
- “Reefer Madness” Vice Case
- “The Consul’s Car” Traffic Case
This isn’t the first time that Rockstar’s standard-edition games have received pre-paid DLCs. Last year, owners of GTA 4 were able to get two expansions (Episodes from Liberty City) for free on their PC, but that gain was accompanied by a loss of support for the multiplayer component of those games.