Mafia: Definitive Edition requires a GTX 1080 for playing at the highest preset on PC.
The new trailer from Mafia: Definitive Edition provides a quick look at the life of a mobster.
No loading screens and no story progression is needed to freely roam the world.
While the other definitive editions of Mafia titles haven't impressed all that much, my early look at Mafia: Definitive Edition has given me high hopes for what the franchise can be.
Our next look at Mafia: Definitive Edition is just a few days away, with the new trailer arriving on August 26 as part of Gamescom's Opening Night Live.
"If it does well, we may be able to channel our energy towards a new installment"
Mafia is looking Road to Perditiony
The remake of the original Mafia will now arrive on September 25 due to issues related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Mafia: Definitive Edition continues to look fantastic based on the newest trailer released by 2K Games.
During times like this, it's especially important to highlight and celebrate black heroes, casts, and developers themselves in video games.
It's time to stop calling half-done ports to current-gen consoles "remasters," starting with Mafia 2: Definitive Edition
2K Games is rolling out the Mafia Trilogy in pieces, with the original game launching in August and the latter two entries being available today.
According to these listings, you'll be able to pick up a definitive edition of Mafia 2 or 3 tomorrow.
The first in-game images from the original Mafia have now been revealed and they look excellent.
2K Games is set to release the Mafia Trilogy in the future and will bring about remastered iterations of the first two installments in the series.
It seems something new about the Mafia series is going to be announced soon and my best guess is Mafia 2 Remastered.
It seems the remaster of Mafia 2 is going to be happening finally as the game has been rated again on another country's video game rating system.
Hanger 13 needs an executive producer with experience in "building AAA open-world and sandbox games."
Take-Two Interactive has registered three Mafia-related trademarks that suggest a new entry in the series might be coming alongside a remaster of Mafia II.
Too many open-world games try to fulfill the promise of countless hours of gameplay, often to the detriment of the overall experience.