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Mafia Definitive Edition Physical Version is Planned for Release

Yesterday, 2K Games unleashed digital copies of Mafia II: Definitive Edition, Mafia III: Definitive Edition, and Mafia: Trilogy. The full assortment options all three entries, although Mafia: Definitive Edition, a remake of the 2002 unique, gained’t launch till this August. Physical editions are on the playing cards, too, but it surely’s not so simple as some could hope.

Once the Mafia remake arrives in August, it’s going to accomplish that alongside a $40 bodily version. As of writing, Mafia: Definitive Edition’s bodily model is available to preorder for PlayStation four and Xbox One on Amazon. A boxed version for Mafia: Trilogy is within the works, as effectively. Yet, in line with the sport’s official web site, “there are currently no plans to release a physical edition of Mafia: Trilogy in the Americas.” It’s unknown whether or not mentioned plans could change sooner or later. At current, the FAQ solely mentions that bodily copies will roll out for “select EMEA and Asia territories.”

Mafia: Definitive Edition is described as a “complete overhaul” of the franchise’s first entry. Every side of the expertise has undergone a facelift, receiving myriad enhancements throughout the board. Customers can anticipate a remake that boasts 4K and HDR-ready visuals, which dramatically alter the sport’s feel and look. Anticipate comparable changes in gameplay, too.

Other efforts to construct upon the core expertise may even be on show elsewhere. For instance, the narrative has obtained an enlargement of types. In addition, builders added 1930s bikes to the combo, together with new collectibles.

Mafia: Definitive Edition will launch digitally and bodily this summer season on August 28th.

[Source: Mafia: Trilogy FAQ, Amazon]

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