Mafia 3 Gets 22 Minute Long Gameplay Demo From E3 2016
Mafia 3, the new entry of the open world series currently in development by Hangar 13, has been in thr works for quite some time, and the team is finally ready to show more of the game in action during the E3 2016.
A few hours ago, a new Mafia 3 gameplay video has surfaced online, showcasing 22 minutes of open world action. As hinted by previous footage, the game looks quite good in motion, so fans of the series are in for something very good.
If the new Mafia 3 gameplay video is not enough to satisfying your Mafia 3 needs, you will be happy to know that a new trailer has also been made available recently, showcasing the game’s settings and characters. You can find it right below.
Being set in a fictional version of New Orleans in 1968, Mafia 3 will be tackling some serious themes such as racism. Last week, Studio Head and Creative Director Haden Blackman revealed that the game will implement a feature which will elicit a response by the police when main character Lincoln is in places he shouldn’t be, a common occurrence at the time.
The behaviour of pedestrians and NPCs – certainly not everywhere throughout the game, but in large sections of it – there are places where if Lincoln looks out of place and seems out of place, people will react to that. There are places you can go that just being there is an offence and will elicit a police response. We aren’t so naïve to think that a single game could cure racism, but if we can get the player to think, ‘Why am I being treated differently here than in other parts of town?’ then I think we’ve done something worthwhile.
Mafia 3 launches on October 7th in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.