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Mafia: Definitive Edition – New Trailer Released and Check here for More Information!

Mafia: Definitive Edition is an upcoming game. It is an action-adventure game that is developed by Hangar 13. The publisher of the game in 2K. Also, it is the remake of Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven which was launched back in 2002. The announcement for Mafia: Definitive Edition was made in May 2020. The game is expected to arrive on 25th September 2020.

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The Mafia remake will be playable on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. However, the game will be available on Epic Games at a later date.

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However, the game was previously planned to release August 28th. But, because of the problems faced by the developers because of the pandemic, the company had to delay the release.

Mafia: DefinitiveEdition – “A Life of Reward Too Big to Ignore” Trailer

Here is the tweet by Mafia: Trilogy

Recently, the company also shared the gameplay preview of Mafia:Definitive Edition on 26th August.

Here is the Gameplay Preview- Mafia: DefinitiveEdition

In the gameplay trailer, we find Tommy Angelo and the city of Lost Heaven. Tommy is in the middle of a job after establishing himself as an important member of the Salieri Crime Family. Then we find that a deal went wrong during rain. Therefore, next, we see that Tommy and Paul rush out, in order to save their friend Sam during a shootout.

However, the gameplay trailer gives us a glimpse of what we should expect from Mafia: Definitive Edition.

Mafia: DefinitiveEdition is currently available for pre-order.

Also, all three Mafia games will be getting their definitive editions. This information was confirmed by the publisher 2K Games. This news was confirmed in May 2020.

Mafia: Definitive Edition will be playable on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game will be arriving for PC via Steam. The game will also be available for Stadia.

 

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