2K Games revealed today that Mafia is getting a full remake on August 28th, and Mafia 2 and 3 just got Definitive Edition upgrades, free for owners of the original games on PC/Steam. The remake of the first Mafia title will cost US$39.99 (or your regional equivalent).
This news doesn’t exactly come as a surprise, as there had been leaks (and a teaser) over the past few weeks, but it’s nice to see that we won’t have to pay extra for the Definitive Editions of the two Mafia sequels, since they aren’t full remakes like the first title will be once it’s out in August.
Mafia: Definitive Edition
Lost Heaven, 1930. While scraping by as a hardworking cab driver, Tommy Angelo has an inadvertent brush with the Mafia that showcases a life of reward too big to ignore. A beloved classic faithfully remade and expanded from the ground up.
Mafia II: Definitive Edition
Empire Bay, 1943. While back in the states on leave from World War II, Vito Scaletta is pulled into a life of crime to pay off seedy family debts. This fan favorite is remastered with stunning audio and visual upgrades and all DLC is included.
Mafia III: Definitive Edition
New Bordeaux, 1968. To get revenge for the ultimate betrayal, Lincoln Clay must define a new breed of crime family by taking down the old any way you choose. An award-winning narrative experience, reintroduced in one complete package.