New trailers for all three Mafia titles in the Mafia: Trilogy are here to help show off what you can play now and then in the slight future
It looks like all of those dates we found before for all of the Mafia titles have been confirmed as the second and third titles are out there in their definitive editions with the first one still to come on August 28th. Something that I am not sure why 2K Games and Hangar 13 held on to for a weird reveal as they bring all of the titles to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC here. Confusing as it is, you can currently pick up the Mafia: Trilogy and single versions of the third and second title as you are reading this. All in the digital forms of it all.
That all said, we do have nice new trailers showing off a bit of each of these Mafia games with the first one still on the lighter side of content. It is a full remake, as stated way before, with the other getting remastered or just bundled with all the DLC now. The reason I point out the first one here, though, is that even though we only have limited screen time for it, it looks vastly better than the second title and possibly on par with Mafia III. Sure, this could just be based on the few seconds of footage we have, but it looks like it will hold up with the other titles when it does finally drop out there. Have a look and see if you agree.
Mafia: Definitive Edition — Coming August 28
Re-made from the ground up, Mafia: Definitive Edition offers a faithful remake of the original’s acclaimed story with dramatically improved and expanded visuals and gameplay.
Available August 28. Pre-order on its own or as part of the Mafia: Trilogy.
Mafia II: Definitive Edition — Launch
Live the life of a gangster during the Golden Era of organized crime in this 4K remaster of Mafia II.
Featuring all 3 campaign add-ons, Mafia II: Definitive Edition is available now, both separately and as part of the Mafia: Trilogy.
Mafia III: Definitive Edition — Launch
Experience the complete collection of Mafia III content in one package, including three sizable DLC storylines, tons of added content, and even new items for owners of the other two games in the Mafia: Trilogy.
Do you agree with how Mafia looks as compared to the other two titles? Are you curious why they did not do a remake of the second game too but instead gave it the 4K facelift slightly? Could this all be building to another entry into the franchise in the near future and this is a way to gauge public interest? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you wish. When the rest of the Mafia: Trilogy is released or if there is more for the franchise, it will be here on the site. Be sure to keep coming back to see it all and keep as up to date as we can be.