Mafia III (2016)
Developer: Hangar 13, 2K Czech
Publisher: 2K Games
Platforms: Mac, PC, PS4, Xbox One
Damageable vehicles: Yes
Tracks or places:
|In addition to the UH-1, a Bell H-13 Sioux appears in a live-action cutscene.
Also, a Cessna 172 can be seen parked in a couple places, and they're used to drop drug packages in the bayou missions for Cassandra.
There's also a CH-47 (with the nose of the 46 for some reason) in the Stones Unturned DLC.
Huh, so much like Mafia 1, there are hidden modern vehicles in the game that actually have basic stats. These actually appear in cutscenes taking place in the modern day but I had no clue they were actually driveable!
| subzero wrote
Given the themes of the game, that probably was intentional
| subzero wrote
I have resumed playing this game recently and it is not that bad actually. For the driving physics and handling I would prefer Mafia Ii.But as for the storyline I prefer Mafia iii over Mafia ii and I like the way that you can assign the 6 districts and rackets to your underbosses.The cut scene is very well done and it had a cinematic feel. Some of the setbacks for this game are the fairly poor driving physics, repetitive mission type, the police won't issues traffic ticket anymore and they will shoot you in sight even it is a minor offence. Also the way they created New Orleans is quite impressive.
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|All Mafia game is great for me, except for this one, Mafia III is really badly done. After playing 3 missions (last year), I have abandoned it.. Waste of my money
| skyhill53 wrote
Since both were officially added to the game, yes
|We should add the Mafia trilogy exclusive cars like Vito's Shubert Frigate and Tommy's Taxi.
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