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Mafia Trilogy detailed by 2K, Hangar 13

The Mafia Trilogy was today detailed by 2K and Hangar 13, and yep, all of this week’s leaks were spot on.

That means we’ll see Mafia 1 Definitive Edition — a full-on remake — in August, and have access to Mafia 2 and Mafia 3 Definitive Editions — an up-rezzed remaster and a current-gen bundle with DLC, respectively — from today, 20 May.

“The Definitive Editions for Mafia II and Mafia III feature all original bonus add-on content, plus completely remastered 4K compatible visuals for Mafia II,” 2K said in a press release.

Mafia: Definitive Edition is a comprehensive, built-from-the-ground-up remake of the original Mafia, complete with an updated script filled with rich new dialogue, expanded backstories, and additional cutscenes; all-new gameplay sequences and features; the same stellar game engine that powered Mafia III’s best-in-class cinematics; and other enhancements,” 2K continued. “It’s the Mafia you remember, only much more.”

Those who buy Mafia Trilogy will get both Definitive Editions of Mafia 2 and Mafia 3 immediately, with later delivery of Mafia 1 in August. Moreover, those who pre-order Mafia 1 Definitive Edition — or buy Mafia Trilogy ahead of August 28 — will receive the following pre-order bonuses:

  • Exclusive Player Outfit: The Don
  • Exclusive Vehicle: Smith V12 Limousine
  • Exclusive Weapon Skin: Gold Semi-Automatic

Trailer for the three games are below.

Two-thirds of the new Mafia Trilogy is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Mafia 1 Definitive Edition screenshots and trailers

Mafis 2 Definitive Edition screenshots and trailers

Mafia 3 Definitive Edition screenshots

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