How Many Chapters Are There in Mafia: Definitive Edition?

Mafia: Definitive Edition is now available and if you’ve read our review, you’ll know it’s a pretty special game. Taking place in the 1930s in the fictional city of Lost Heaven, Mafia: Definitive Edition tells the story of Tommy Angelo. Sucked into the world of the Mafia after a run-in with some mobsters, Tommy becomes one of the city’s most feared men.

Mafia: Definitive Edition takes place in an open-world city, though you can’t really explore it at your leisure until you unlock Free Ride mode after completing the early chapters. Instead, the campaign locks you to specific locations in order to tell the story.

You can switch between the campaign and Free Ride at any time and your progress won’t be lost. So, just how many chapters are there in Mafia: Definitive Edition? Let’s find out.

Be warned, the chapter names may be a bit spoilery.

Mafia: Definitive Edition Chapters

All up, there are 20 chapters in Mafia: Definitive Edition. Some are incredibly brief while others are much longer. Overall, playing on Classic difficulty, it took around 20-hours to finish the game but much, much longer to clean up collectibles and trophies. The name of each chapter is below but again, be warned that the names may contain light spoilers.

The 20 chapters in Mafia: Definitive Edition are;

  • An Offer You Can’t Refuse
  • Running Man
  • Molotov Party
  • Ordinary Routine
  • Fair Play
  • Sarah
  • Better Get Used to It
  • The Saint and The Sinner
  • A Trip to the Country
  • Omerta
  • Visiting Rich People
  • Great Deal
  • Bon Appétit
  • Happy Birthday
  • You Lucky Bastard
  • Crème de la Crème
  • Election Campaign
  • Just for Relaxation
  • Moonlighting
  • The Death of Art

Mafia: Definitive Edition is available now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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