Just as the former titles in the series, Max Payne 3 contains a wide range of weapons from various classes.
New game mechanics
The "Weapon Wheel" firearm selection system is introduced.
Unlike the previous games in the franchise, Max Payne 3 will limit the number of weapons the player can carry. The limit is two handguns and one larger gun. Max will automatically throw away his current Two handed weapon if attempting to dual-wield his single handed firearms.
Single handed weapons
Close range weapons
Two handed weapons
- G6 Commando
- LMG .30
- M4 Assault (Part of the Local Justice DLC)
- IMG 5.56
- IA2 AR (Part of the Hostage Negotiation DLC)
Rifles & sniper rifles
- LAW (Part of Silent Killer in multiplayer)
- Rotary Grenade Launcher
- G9 (Part of Disorderly Conduct in multiplayer)
- Tin Can (multiplayer only)
- Flash Grenade (multiplayer only)
- Smoke Grenade (multiplayer only)
- Tear Gas (multiplayer only)
- Grenade (multiplayer only)
- Molotov cocktail (Part of Disorderly Conduct in multiplayer)
- Bouncing Betty
- Machete (NPC use only)
- Taser (NPC use only)
- Scalpel (NPC use only)
- C4 (singleplayer cutscenes only)
- Mossberg 590
- Ruger Mini-14 GB
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 The video segment of the SMGs section on the official Max Payne 3 website. Retrieved March 23, 2012.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 "The Weapons of Max Payne 3: Submachine Guns" at the official Max Payne 3 website. Retrieved March 23, 2012.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Announcing the Max Payne 3 Special Edition" on the Rockstar Newswire Retrieved November 21, 2011
- ↑ "Max Payne 3 Pre-Order Exclusive Bonuses for Europe and Australia" at Rockstar Newswire Retrieved January 17, 2012