The Game Informer piece on Rockstar Vancouver's Max Payne 3 continues to spill its gossiping guts on the web, with news the devs are hiring another voice actor.
Fear not though as "manipulation, betrayal," and other nasties aren't going anywhere. Development VP Jeronimo Barrera affirms they're "good" at casting, needed someone older.
"All the Max Payne themes will remain intact - manipulation, betrayal, and the stuff that really made Max Payne," art director Rob Nelson said. This third entry features a much older Max Payne in Sao Paolo, Brazil - gunning his way through sub-urban goons.
"Will there be night-time levels in the rain? Probably, but level after level of that stuff would get old, so we thought it would be interesting to put him in this environment. You have the very rich living next to the very poor, and that creates a lot of tension," Nelson added.
While James McCaffrey won't be our leading man's voice this time around, Rockstar promise they won't screw up Payne's impact with fans. There's also multiplayer expected for Max Payne 3, though devs are keeping quiet on that.