If you want to play a great gangster game, you can easily give Mafia II a try. It could be, in fact, the best ever gangster game ever made. It has such a huge fanbase that the devs decided to remake it three years ago. The game initially came out in 2010, and it left everyone speechless because of its amazing and realistic graphics, piercing shooting, and unforgettable story.
PlayStation Plus has a new offer of its Monthly Games lineup for November 2023. Therefore, Mafia II: Definitive Edition will be included in the offer, alongside two other important titles: Dragon Ball: The Breakers and Aliens Fireteam Elite. This means that you will soon be able to give these games a try if you’re a member of the PlayStation Plus subscription service. The announcement comes directly from the PlayStation.Blog, leaving no room for misinterpretations.
Benefit from the new offer between Nov. 7 and Dec. 4
Those willing to play either Mafia II: Definitive Edition, Dragon Ball: The Breakers, or Aliens Fireteam Elite through the PlayStation Plus subscription will get that chance starting next week on Tuesday. They’ll have almost a month at their disposal to benefit from Sony’s new offer, as it expires on December 4.
In Mafia II: Definitive Edition, the main character is Vito Scaletta, who finds himself forced to fight for survival in a world where the only arguments seem to be represented by bullets and fists. Vito will have to rummage across a pretty big open world in the Empire Bay of the ’40s and ’50s in order to try to pay the debts of his father. After being involved in the war in Europe, Vito will have to prove to himself that he can succeed in the criminal world as well, as he needs to climb the family ladder.
Mafia II: Definitive Edition includes the main game, as well as all of the DLC releases. Those willing to play the game on a PC will need at least a graphics card, such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD7870 of 2GB VRAM. They’ll also need a processor at least as good as an Intel i5-2500K or AMD FX-8120. Mafia II: Definitive Edition will also take quite a toll on the storage space of the user, as it demands 50GB of free space.
Even though some people complain that there are no side missions in Mafia II, the game still impresses through its collectibles, which come in the form of Playboy magazines and “wanted” posters of various criminals. They are scattered all around Empire Bay, and they encourage the player to explore the open world of the game even more.