Period GTA ‘style’ Mafia free for PC this weekend | Action games

Mafia, an open-world game that immerses the player in a criminal underworld (in the best GTA 5 style, by the way), is free on Steam from September 1st to September 5th. The original game, which was released in 2002 for PC and later on PlayStation 2 and Xbox, will be offered to celebrate the series’ 20th anniversary. It should be remembered that this is not the latest version, a remake of Mafia: Definitive Edition, which was released in 2020 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. 2K Games and producer Hangar 13 also announced that they have already started work on the next chapter in the series, but warned that the game will still be several years away.

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Mafia presents an open-world criminal world similar to GTA, but set in the 30s — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

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The free trial honors the game’s release date, which arrived on August 29th in the US and September 6th in Europe. Mafia is set in the mid-1930s and tells the story of Tommy Angelo, a taxi driver who accidentally gets involved in a mob fight and is forced to accept an offer from the Salieri family for his own safety.

Throughout the story, Tom is drawn deeper and deeper into the criminal world with promises of money and power, but he must decide what his limits are and whether he can follow his family’s orders even when it means the death of an innocent person. people.

The gameplay itself is quite similar to the GTA series, bringing an open world for the player to explore and a breach and police system to keep you in line. Missions range from driving challenges with a variety of vintage vehicles to intense battles against other families.

The original Mafia game normally sells for R$24.90 on the Steam digital store, while the remake Mafia: Definitive Edition appears for R$80.46. Once a title is redeemed for free, it will be permanently available in the player’s library. The title enjoyed “very positive” reviews on the Steam store and received praise for its complex story at the time.

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