Mafia: Definitive Edition will become available in less than two weeks for the main platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The new title aims to recreate the legendary Mafia game from 2002, bringing graphical enhancements and advanced gameplay. Your job as a player in Mafia: Definitive Edition will be to be in charge of the taxi driver Tommy Angelo in his quest for becoming a powerful and wealthy man as he’s doing dirty deeds for the Family.
Just like in the original game, Mafia: Definitive Edition will embark the player in a world of crime and injustice, where death lurks at every corner and even your best friend can betray you for money. IGN published a brand new trailer for the remake of the legendary game, and you’re free to check it out below:
A game description from Steam says the following:
An inadvertent brush with the mob thrusts cabdriver Tommy Angelo into the world of organized crime. Initially uneasy about falling in with the Salieri family, the rewards become too big to ignore.
With Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 arriving on the market in November, Mafia: Definitive Edition will be playable on those consoles as well. The upcoming game recreates 1930’s cityscape of Lost Heaven, as it’s filled with interwar architecture, cars, and various culture elements to see, hear, and interact with.
Another description says about the upcoming game:
Faithfully recreated, with expanded story, gameplay and original score. This is the Mafia you remembered and much more.
As for the system requirements, don’t expect to play Mafia: Definitive Edition on PC if you don’t have at least Windows 10 at 64 bits, 6GB of RAM, and VRAM of 2GB for the video card (AMD Radeon R9 280X and Nvidia GPU: GeForce GTX 770 are the minimum recommended).
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