The Killer Suits are part of the armed forces serving Aesir Corporation and act as assassins. They are always wearing suits with ties and usually, sunglasses. Some of them wear tail coats over the top and others are seen with earpieces and mouth speakers.
They share similar weapons to the Mercenaries, but what makes the Killer Suits harder is the fact that they have more precise aim and they are known to dive through the air, similar to Max. However, they don't shoot as they dive.
Angel of Death
- Main article: Angel of Death
They are first seen in Max Payne when they arrive at the Punchinello Manor to kill Angelo Punchinello and they attempt to kill Max too, but Max kills three of them and leaves Angelo's office where more are waiting for him and Max surrenders.
Nicole Horne is present and gives Max an overdose of Valkyr and they take Horne to Cold Steel.
The Deep Six
main article: The Deep Six
They appear again during The Deep Six where they gun down a mercenary and begin the self dustruct sequence, then Max arrives and kills them.
- Main article: Backstabbing Bastard
After Max's confrontation with B.B., the Killer Suits arrive to protect him. They try to prevent him from reaching the bottom floor, but fail.
The Killer Suits even drive a black van and perform multiple drive-bys on Max before crashing into another car and blowing up.
Max eventually reaches B.B. and many Killer Suits are armed with Jackhammers are protecting him. They are all killed and so is B.B.
In the Land of the Blind/Byzantine Power Game
When Max reaches the exit, a Suit with a Jackhammer and two Suits with dual Ingrams along side three mercenaries have one final shoot-out with Max and lose.
Nothing to Lose/Pain and Suffering
After Max breaks into the Aesir HQ in search of Nicole Horne, the Killer Suits are asigned to defend her and the building.
After Max and Mona's encounter, a Killer Suit shoots Mona in the head, but is then killed by Max.
Many Killer Suits and Aesir Security guards are killed by Max as he makes his way to the roof, where the last of them arrive, one of them carrying a M79, in one last attempt to kill Max by they lose and are wiped out.
- The Killer Suits could be a reference to the Agents from the 1999 science-fiction-action film, The Matrix
- Some Killer Suits are heard saying that they only kill as a regular 9 to 5 job and therefore show no loyalty to Aesir and kill only for money.
- It is unlikely that "Killer Suits" are the official name for them. It is only what Max refers to them as.