Mafia: Trilogy includes the Mafia Remake, Mafia II Remaster and Mafia III Definitive Edition

Teased last week, 2K and Hangar13 has lifted the lid on Mafia: Trilogy. A special collection of the three Mafia titles, Mafia: Trilogy can also be purchased separately. The oldest game, Mafia, has undergone a ground up remake for current consoles and PCs and includes all-new content. It is, by far, the game that has undergone the most change.

Mafia II Definitive Edition is largely unchanged from its original release, aside from visual fidelity. Remastered in 4K for the first time and available for the first time on current-gen consoles, Mafia II Definitive Edition also includes all three campaign DLCs and all clothing and vehicle packs.

Finally, Mafia III Definitive Edition is the same game that was released in 2016 and includes all additional content released for the game.

Mafia: Trilogy

Mafia was released in 2002 for PC, PS2 and Xbox. Developed by Illusion Sofworks (later renamed 2K Czech), Mafia tells the story of Tommy Angelo in Lost Heaven in the 1930s. Mafia Definitive Edition is a complete remake of this game and includes;

  • a new game engine
  • expanded story
  • new and refined modern gameplay features
  • re-recorded orchestral score

By owning Mafia Defintive Edition, players will gain access to Tommy’s Suit and Cab in both Mafia II and Mafia III.

Mafia Definitive Edition will be available from August 28, 2020.

Mafia II

Mafia II was originally released in 2010 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 and tells the story of Vito Scaletta as he operates in Empire Bay. This Definitive Edition features a 4K upscale remaster to the original rather than a full-on remake.

You can read our review of Mafia II: Definitive Edition here.

For the first time ever, players can play Mafia II in 4K and on current-gen consoles. Anyone who owns Mafia II on Steam will be automatically upgraded to the Definitive Edition at no cost.

Mafia II: Definitive Edition is available now.

Mafia III

Mafia III was released in 2016 and the Definitive Edition is the same version you could buy then, however, it includes all DLC.

Telling the story of Lincoln Clay, Mafia III is set in the late 60s it refers back to Mafia II but is a departure from the previous games. Anyone who owns Mafia III on Steam, PS4 or Xbox One will be upgraded to the Definitive Edition at launch.

You can read our review of Mafia III here.

It is available now.

Purchasing Mafia: Trilogy digitally before August 28, 2020 will gain access to Mafia II and III immediately. Mafia: Definitive Edition will be downloadable from August 28, 2020.

The Mafia franchise is a great narrative series that explores complex and interesting themes with a backfrop of violence and criminality.

Mafia: Trilogy is available now and Mafia: Definitive Edition will launch on August 28, 2020.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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