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Mafia III Definitive Edition

Last week, 2K Games teased an announcement relating to the Mafia Trilogy ... then a bunch of details and screens leaked online thanks to a couple product listings on the Microsoft store. As it turns out, that information was correct; today 2K confirmed its plans for definitive editions for all three titles in the series. Mafia II and Mafia III are available right now, and the original Mafia rerelease (which is a remake) is scheduled for August 28.

Mafia III Definitive Edition


When Mafia III was originally released, there was certainly some controversy about the change in setting. While the prior two games had the traditional Italian mafia akin to Scarface and The Sopranos, Mafia III was taking a different route by having an African American protagonist that is not part of the traditional mob seen in the first few games. Instead, Lincoln Clay is a soldier that has just returned back to the fictional New Bordeaux that is based on New Orleans from Vietnam and agrees to help some family and friends with the Haitian mob that have come knocking. Soon after he tries to work out a debt to the Italian mafia that his surrogate father has accrued. This ends up going very poorly and leaves Lincoln wanting revenge against mob boss Sal Marcano and his mafia family. This leads Lincoln to having to gather a unique crew of different partners to help take them down, which is the central focus for most of the game.

Oh dear, when I tried my updated version of '3', the first thing I noticed was screen tearing. I cant remember if it was there before, but not good for something with 'definitive' in the title. I've never played this one but sounds like could have been so much better.

what a shame... i was really willing to give it a go, I have collectors edition for ps3 version, but after playing for about 2 hrs i never put it on again, because hwo terrible the framerate was... I was hoping it would be a different story, but it's a hard pass now.

@Bamila I have the directors cut on ps3 myself and never really got into it either, I also played it briefly and never played it again, so I don't know if I could attempt to play it a second time on the ps4 tbh but I'm curious about mafia remake if it will be better or not ?

Anyone else got mafia 3 and played after it got patched to the definitive edition, they've ***** that up as well, I have it on the xbox one x and good grief it's a mess this patch has suddenly introduced blurry textures,slowdown,pop in and unresponsive controls, mafia 3 is one of my favourite games love the soundtrack and they've wrecked it,anyone else noticed it?

It appears that both Mafia II and Mafia III are getting the definitive treatment. As spotted by Gematsu, both a Mafia II: Definitive Edition and Mafia III: Definitive Edition have been rated by the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee. Both titles are set to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Last week, 2K Games announced Mafia: Trilogy and surprise released Mafia II and Mafia III Definitive Editions, but sadly, excitement turned to disappointment once players actually got their hands on the games. Mafia II: Definitive Edition is a glitchy, poorly-performing mess, but perhaps even more remarkable, 2K somehow managed to mess up Mafia III: Definitive Edition, which is basically just a GOTY edition.

You can buy Mafia: Trilogy now on PC (via Steam), Xbox One, and PS4, which will get you immediate access to Mafia II: Definitive Edition and Mafia III: Definitive Edition. Mafia: Definitive Edition will be available on August 28 alongside a physical edition of Mafia: Trilogy. All three games can also be purchased individually. Mafia: DE will cost you $40, Mafia II and Mafia III will set you back $30, while Mafia: Trilogy is $60. 041b061a72


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