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Here is all Max Payne 1 Chapters. There are '''22 chapters, 3 prologues, a tutorial, and one bonus level''' in ''[[Max Payne (game)|Max Payne]]'' for the PC, while the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 4 and Xbox versions of the game have most of the PC version's chapters split into several sub-chapters. The Xbox version doesn't have the different chapter names as the PS2 version, but has additional loading screens in the levels. The [[Max Payne (game)#Max Payne Mobile|remastered mobile version]] has the same chapter structure as the PC version.
 
Here is all Max Payne 1 Chapters. There are '''22 chapters, 3 prologues, a tutorial, and one bonus level''' in ''[[Max Payne (game)|Max Payne]]'' for the PC, while the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 4 and Xbox versions of the game have most of the PC version's chapters split into several sub-chapters. The Xbox version doesn't have the different chapter names as the PS2 version, but has additional loading screens in the levels. The [[Max Payne (game)#Max Payne Mobile|remastered mobile version]] has the same chapter structure as the PC version.
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When ''Max Payne'' was released for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, due to hardware limitations, all of the chapters had to be divided up into sub-chapters. Or in the case of the Xbox version, only additional loading screens with none of the new chapter names.
 
 
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