NEW BORDEAUX, 1968 – The ‘60s are in full swing in the coastal city of New Bordeaux, which is known for its abundant nightlife and culturally diverse population. The nation is surging with change in response to the civil rights movement, and the American south is fraught with racial tension, revolutionary movements, and thriving crime rackets.
STARRING LINCOLN CLAY – Left for dead by mafiosos who betrayed and murdered his surrogate family, Vietnam Special Forces veteran Lincoln Clay is hell-bent on revenge, and on building a new crime family to supplant the Italian Mafia.
After being betrayed and left for dead by the local Italian Mafia, Vietnam War veteran Lincoln Clay knows this truth: family isn’t who you’re born with, it’s who you die for. Now, Lincoln’s assembling a mob of his own to destroy the Marcano family’s seedy empire in the Deep South city of New Bordeaux, defining a new breed of crime family by taking down the old any way you choose. The path you cut through New Bordeaux’s network of illegal rackets is up to you, and your choices will have consequences as you build up loyalty or resentment from your three closest Lieutenants.
With Mafia III: Definitive Edition, you get everything that Mafia III has to offer on top of the award-winning narrative that drives main story. All post-launch content is integrated into the campaign, including the three DLC stories that become available once you’ve completed the “Sit Down” story mission. Mafia III: Definitive Edition benefits from a number of extras that were added after the original game’s launch. You also get tons of added features like extra outfits and weapons, along with New Bordeaux racing challenges and car customization to highlight your skills and style behind the wheel.