Dual-wielding is the ability to handle two single-handed weapons at the same time. It enables to inflict more damage at the cost of more rapidly spent ammunition and longer reloading times.
Max Payne[edit | edit source]
Max Payne 2[edit | edit source]
The second game, alongside the Berretas and Ingrams, introduces the ability to dual wield two Desert Eagles. Although these more potent handguns were also featured in the first game, Max Payne could only hold two of them.
Max Payne 3[edit | edit source]
Max Payne 3 improves the ability of dual-wielding: now, not only two identical but any two single-handed weapons will be possible to dual wield. However, doing it while carrying a two handed weapon will auto-drop that weapon.
The player can also dual-wields any two single handed weapons in multiplayer.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "New Max Payne 3 Screenshots: The Art of Dual Wielding" at the Rockstar Newswire. Retrieved February 16, 2012.