Last week, a new report arose that stated that 2k Games was working on a fourth entry in the Mafia series. This new game, vaguely folded Mafia 4, it was said that it was a prequel to the first installment of the series. And although 2k and the Hangar 13 developer have not yet confirmed any of this, now a new report has emerged that has shared new information about the story that Mafia 4 could have in the store.
Coming through privileged information Nick Baker in a new episode of the Xboxera podcast, it was reiterated that the next game of the mafia series should take place before everyone else. This report states that Mafia 4 will be set at the end of the 19th or early twentieth centuries and will focus on Don Salieri. In the original Mafia, Salieri was one of the main crime leaders that players worked with his character Tommy Angelo. Clearly, this prequel could develop how Salieri came to power and ended up establishing his own operation. Specifically, parts of the game can even be set in Sicily.
The other interesting thing that Baker said about Mafia 4 is that it could be more linear compared to previous deliveries. Taking into account that the Mafia series has always presented extensive open worlds, this would be a rather large change for the franchise as a whole. That said, one of the biggest complaints about Mafia 3 when it was launched is that the open world of the game was too inflated. See Hangar 13 listening to that criticism and, instead, simplifying the parts of mafia 3 that people liked, mainly in regards to history, could make sense for Mafia 4.
Again, it is worth noting that you must take all this information with caution at the moment, since we have no way to confirm that Hangar 13 is working. Mafia 4. That said, with so many important games scheduled for next month, perhaps we can see this new mafia title revealed in the near future.
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