Since the Mafia official twitter page posted “Family” followed by two other tweets stating “Power” and “Respect” earlier this month – it was highly speculated that some sort of Mafia news was only a matter of time. Then last week 2K confirmed that a Mafia: Trilogy was on its way and more news would follow next week. Well, that glorious day has now arrived, with Mafia II and III Definitive Editions now available for purchase on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Mafia II: Definitive Edition is an HD remaster of 2010 version of the game and will include all the DLC. The game mimics all the same trophies as the PS3 version. Therefore, the platinum should be a rinse and repeat from before. So, look forward to collecting all the wanted posters around the Empire Bay again if you want to obtain the platinum trophy.
Mafia III: Definitive Edition will also include all the DLC content but besides that, there isn’t much change. After purchasing the Mafia III: Definitive Edition, if you already own Mafia III on the PS4, the game will be updated to the Definitive Edition.
Interestingly, each game will unlock exclusive items for the other games. For example, Mafia II: Definitive Edition will unlock Vito’s Leather Jacket and Car in both Mafia and Mafia III: Definitive Editions. Whereas, owning Mafia III: Definitive Edition will unlock Lincoln’s Army Jacket and Car in both corresponding games.
You can buy Mafia II and III Definitive Editions right now as part of the Mafia: Trilogy ($59.99/£49.99) or purchase them separately ($29.99/£24.99). The Mafia Trilogy will also include a total remake of the original Mafia that was released all the way back in 2002. However, this will come at the later date of August 28th 2020. So, even though you can purchase Mafia: Trilogy right now, you won’t able to get access to all of its contents until August 28th 2020.
Will you be picking up the Mafia: Trilogy or any of the Definitive Editions separately?
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