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‘Mafia: Definitive Edition’ is delayed till September owing to COVID-19

‘Mafia: Definitive Edition’ is delayed until September due to COVID-19

As a consolation for the delay, 2K Video games has produced a 15-next teaser, and the business plans to release an prolonged seem at Mafia: Definitive Edition’s gameplay on July 22nd. Supporters will be able to locate that on the @mafiagame Twitter account.

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Mafia I is staying absolutely overhauled and rebuilt from the ground up by Hangar 13. 2K Video games calls it a “faithful but expanded” 4K- and HDR-all set remake that increases each visuals and gameplay, builds on the narrative and provides new functions like motorcycles and collectibles.

The “Definitive Editions” of Mafia II and Mafia III arrived in May well, but individuals games did not acquire almost the very same treatment method as the primary. The third installment arrived out in 2016, so it’s just a re-release with all DLC included, when the second match received some insignificant graphics updates. When the up-to-date second and third games of course arrived right before the very first, that shouldn’t be much too significantly of an problem, as the a few titles each have their individual exceptional narratives. 

“From the commencing, this has been a enthusiasm job for us. Quite a few of our developers served make the initial Mafia, and all of us are fully commited to crafting an current expertise worthy of that timeless common. We take pleasure in your tolerance and comprehension as we make Mafia: Definitive Version the very ideal it can be for all of our fans globally,” 2K Video games and Hangar 13 wrote.

Correction, 3:15PM ET: This put up initially mentioned that Mafia II and Mafia III were being “completely overhauled” but they only been given fairly insignificant updates. The textual content of this post has been up-to-date to reflect that. We apologize for the error.

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