The Definitive Edition releases for both Mafia 2 and 3 have been facing their fair share of issues, but according to their developers fixes are inbound for both. Mafia 2: Definitive Edition has specifically been criticized by many for its bugs, frame rate issues, pop-in glitches, and various other technical performances, but recently, d3t ltd, the developers of the remaster, took to Twitter to address those concerns.
In their tweet, they thanked players for their feedback, and noted that alongside 2K, they are working on supporting the release with updates and fixes, and asked players to keep reporting issues. Given the many issues that players have been facing, hopefully a patch will be inbound sooner rather than later.
As we recently reported, Mafia 3: Definitive Edition also has some baffling problems, such as removing support for Xbox One X and PS4 Pro, but that, too, is something that’s being addressed by 2K.
Mafia 2 and 3’s definitive editions are available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The Mafia 1 remake will be out for the same platforms on August 28.
Thanks for your valuable #Mafia2DefinitiveEdition feedback. We’re listening and working with 2K to continue to support your experience. Reminder, if you are experiencing any issues or have questions, please get in touch with @2KSupport. pic.twitter.com/e2Q2S6b1sS
— d3tLtd (@d3tLtd) May 27, 2020