A new Mafia game is in development

A new mafia game is on the way. Series publisher 2K Games and Hanger 13, the studio that was being worked on and announced the news to celebrate the franchise’s 20th anniversary.

“I am pleased to confirm that we have started work on a brand new mafia project,” said Roman Hladík, general manager of Hanger 13. “Although it will be a few more years and we have nothing more to share at the moment , we very much look forward to continuing to work on this beloved franchise and entertaining our players with new stories.”

The studio did not share any further details about the project. The last release was in 2020 Mafia: Definitive Editiona remake of the franchise’s original 2002 entry. According to a Released earlier this year, Hanger 13 has gone through several rounds of layoffs since the studio wrapped up work Mafia III in 2016. The last happened in May after 2K reportedly canceled a game that Hanger 13 had been working on for a while and that the publisher had funded with $50 million. in the same month, kotaku released a separate report showing that the studio is also working on and building on an Unreal Engine 5. It is unclear if this project is the game 2K and Hanger 13 announced today.

If you’re looking to revisit the series or play for the first time, 2K also announced it today away on Steam between September 1st and 5th. You can also buy Final Edition until 8.9.

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