Mafia: Definitive Edition – Gangster’s Monthly 5 Location Guide

Well, we finally did it. We were starting to believe this comic wasn’t even in the game and that Hangar 13 had forgotten to include it but then we did another sweep of Lost Heaven and got lucky. And now, we’re sharing the information with you all so you don’t lose your minds like we did.

In Mafia: Definitive Edition Gangster’s Montly 5’s location is very different than any of the other comics or collectibles in the game. Located in North Park, near Morello’s Bar, you’re going to need a fast car to access it.

Unlike every other collectible in the game, which is just lying around on the street, Gangster’s Montly 5 is on top of a building and to get there, you’re going to have to jump your car onto it.

Mafia: Definitive Edition Gangster’s Monthly 5 Location Guide

To get Gangster’s Monthly 5, you’ll need to et a fast car. We used the Manta Prototype but any car with good acceleration and top speed will work well.

Drive along the road to the south of Morello’s Bar and stop at the intersection that the bar is on the corner of. You’re going to floor it and head for the open-market that’s loctated in the square to the west of Morello’s Bar.

Aim for the south-east corner of this square and keep going because you’re goin to see a small ramp leading through a breakable fence. Hit the ramp with enough speed (and aim a little to the right) and you should land on top of the diner and be able to (finally) grab Gangster’s Monthly 5.

It’s located in the corner of the building behind the sign. I was so excited I found it, I forgot to save the recording on my PS4 and had to do it again…

Once you grab it, presuming it’s the last one you need, you’ll unlock the “The Whole Story” and “Picture Book Connoisseur” Trophies/Achievements.

You can find the guide for the rest of Gangster’s Monthly here.

Mafia: Definitive Edition is now available.

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