Mafia: Definitive Edition delayed by a month due to coronavirus pandemic

Gameplay reveal set for later in July.

Mafia: Definitive Edition has been delayed by a month due to coronavirus.

Publisher 2K and developer Hangar 13 said in a joint statement getting the game ready for release on its planned 28th August release date had become "increasingly challenging" due to the pandemic. It will now launch on 25th September 2020.

However, an extended gameplay reveal is now set for 22nd July, and there's a brand new teaser, below:

Mafia: Definitive Edition is a complete ground-up remake of the 2002 open-world mobster game built with the Mafia 3 engine. It features an updated script, and comes complete with additional cutscenes, plus "all-new gameplay sequences and features".

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