One of the goals of Max Payne 3 Multiplayer was to not only live up to Max’s roots as a precise and cinematic shooter with a competitive multiplayer experience that’s fun for both newcomers and hardcore players, but to make it easy for new players to jump into matches and create alliances, or start grudges, with other players.
A feature debuting in Max Payne 3 and carrying over to Grand Theft Auto V and future appropriate titles, Crews go beyond traditional online clans by allowing players to join large public Crews or simply create a private Crew that members can customize. In this way, Crews help players keep the fight alive from match to match – and even across titles – through the Rockstar Games Social Club, which will keep track of Crew stats, including Feuds (more info on that below).
So, if you fallow us, that is very simple, fot the very first time, all rockstars games should be link together in Multiplayer Mode!! Huge!