The period crime drama series Mafia returns for its third installment, this time set in the 1960s in the city of New Bordeaux, a fictional recreation of New Orleans. Mafia 3 will follow the story of Lincoln Clay, as he moves his way through the criminal fraternity, exposing the seedy underbelly of organized crime in America. The new game promises to be far bigger and better than its predecessors in big ways and small, and I think I speak for everyone following the game when I say that the more we find out about it, the more excited we get.
Listed below are fifteen features in the upcoming Mafia 3 that have us the most excited.
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Mafia 3 will see you play as Lincoln Clay and create and manage your very own crime family. It only makes sense that as the man at the very top of the pecking order of the family, then, you’ll be delegating plenty of work to your trusted lieutenants. Mafia 3 features three characters in the form of Cassandra, Burke and Vito (who was the main protagonist in Mafia 2) as your three underbosses, who will play a vital role in the running of your family.