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Mafia is a kind of GTA that lets you experience gangster action in America from the 1930s to 70s. Mafia is a kind of GTA that lets you experience gangster action in America from the 1930s to 70s.

Something is stirring in the Mafia series. After references to potential remasters and definitive editions of Mafia 2 and 3 had appeared in the past, the official Twitter channel of the game now gave it first signs of life in two years by itself.

The channel was last active in August 2018. But late on the evening of May 10, 2020, he posted the simple word "family."

What's behind it?

While fans of the series are probably eagerly waiting for a fourth part, the announcement of one is rather unlikely. We are much more likely to expect that official unveiling of a remaster to Mafia 2 and Mafia 3 and possibly a reboot.

References to this appeared for the first time in 2019 after the publisher Take-Two had the brand names »Mafia 2« and »MAFIA« protected. In April 2020, entries for a Mafia 2 and Mafia 3 Definitive Edition were found at the Korean counterpart to the USK.

This assumption is even more likely given the fact that Mafia 2 turns 10 this year: Originally it was released in Europe on August 27, 2010. A new edition for the birthday seems quite appropriate.

Maybe Mafia 4 is coming?

We don't expect Take Two to reveal a Mafia 4 right now. Because unlike the remasters, there were in the past no evidence of such a project. However, it is possible that the path should be leveled with the Definitive Editions.

Whatever Take 2 will announce, we shouldn't have to wait too long for the official unveiling. Geoff Keighley will announce a game as part of the Summer Game Fest on May 12th. This could be a mafia remaster.

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