The listings reveal quite a bit about the games themselves — while Mafia 2 Definitive Edition looks to have some graphical improvements, Mafia 3 Definitive Edition looks to be released as-is when compared to its original 2016 release. The latter title, of course, will come complete with its DLC, hence “definitive”.
While 2K promises to reveal more about Mafia Trilogy tomorrow, 20 May (at 2.00 am AEST), it seems that leaks on the Microsoft and PlayStation Stores has done it for them — Mafia 1 Definitive Edition looks to be a proper remaster, while 2 and 3 and getting various degrees of shiny coats of paint.
Mafia 2 Definitive Edition is priced at $49.95 AUD on the PlayStation Store, while Mafia 3 Definitive Edition will be available for $49.95 AUD. The Mafia Trilogy bundle will offer up all three titles for $99.95 AUD.
The Mafia Trilogy bundle has also confirmed that the Mafia 1 Definitive Edition remaster will be available from 28 August.
We’ll have more on Mafia Trilogy tomorrow… if there’s anything left to report, that is.