Previously planned for August 28, 2K Games and Hangar 13 today announced that the highly anticipated Mafia: Definitive Edition (Remake) is being postponed until September 25 due to COVID-19 related development issues.

2K Games promises to show a demo gameplay of Mafia: Definitive Edition on July 22, and for the moment leave us this teaser that shows some brief scenes of it.

«First part of the Mafia saga. Lost Heaven, Illinois. 1930s. Thrive as a gangster during Ley Seca in this reinvention of the classic. A run-in with the mob introduces taxi driver Tommy Angelo into the dangerous underworld. Despite his initial reluctance, Tommy soon discovers that the benefits of joining the Salieri family are too great to pass up.

Play a gangster movie: Play a gangster during the Dry Law ascending in the mob.

Lost Heaven, Illinois: A city from the 1930s where you can interact with buildings, cars and cultural elements from the interwar period.

A new version of the classic: A faithful recreation with plot, playable and musical additions. This is the Mafia you remembered and much more.

Get Mafia: Definitive Edition to unlock Tommy’s suit and taxi in Mafia II and Mafia III Definitive Editions. »

Mafia: Definitive Edition (Remake) vs Original Graphics Comparison


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