Mafia: Definitive Edition gets a new trailer ahead of its launch in September

Mafia Definitive Edition Environment
Mafia Definitive Edition Environment (Image credit: 2K Games)

What you need to know

  • Mafia: Definitive Edition was one of many games shown off at the Future Games Show.
  • The game remasters the original with 4K visuals, updated cutscenes, new audio, and more.
  • It even includes new content and scenes that weren't present in the original game.
  • Mafia: Definitive Edition is up for pre-order now, and will release on September 25.

At the Future Games Show, Mafia: Definitive Edition got a chance to shine again with a new trailer ahead of its launch later next month. If you played and enjoyed the original Mafia game, or even if the franchise catches your fancy, Mafia: Definitive Edition is definitely worth a visit, as this remake is more than just some higher resolution textures. You can check out the new trailer below to see for yourself.

Mafia: Definitive Edition features updated 4K visuals, new and updated cutscenes, a redone script, and content that just doesn't exist in the original game. It's the final entry in the Mafia: Trilogy bundle, which throws together Mafia II and Mafia III's Definitive Edition, and even more exclusive content for owning all three.

If you're interested, you can find more information on Mafia's official website, and pre-order Mafia: Definitive Edition right now before it comes out on September 25, 2020. It'll be coming to Xbox, Playstation, and Steam. Those who pre-order can also get their hands on some additional content which includes stuff like a new pistol skin.

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