Mafia 3 was one of the most polarizing titles of 2016. It featured a solid story, but repetitive and uninspired gameplay. Many skipped over that game for that very reason. If you still haven’t played Mafia 3 and have some type of interest in it, then you might be happy to know a demo is available.
According to our informant, this demo is out now for free on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The demo allows you to play through the first mission which is the bank heist. There’s no time limit on the demo either so; you can replay to your heart’s desire. If you choose to purchase the full game afterward, then your progress will carry over. In other news, a new expansion dropped today as well. For $15 (if you don’t have the season pass) here’s what’s included
“There’s a whole new part of town to drive through – and tear up. Sinclair Parish is a small rural township in the countryside with lots of opportunities to tear through turns, jump gaps and run from the law. Oh, sure, you’ll have your fill of Hollywood-caliber car chases, enhanced with new “Faster, Baby!” additions like the ability to activate slow motion. It’s a new way to carve tight corners and thread-the-needle between narrow gaps while evading pursuit.
”Faster, Baby!” gets straight to the action with high-octane driving and more car combat. With this new DLC release we’re introducing new combat mechanics perfectly suited for causing destruction on-the-go. Namely, you’ll now have access to proximity mines so you can lay out traps on the backroads or in enemy encampments. Also, take advantage of the ability to toss grenades from your car while enemies are in hot pursuit.
…and there’s a great story as well! “Faster, Baby!” takes place alongside events in the main game. A civil rights leader is murdered while investigating local sheriff “Slim” Beaumont – and other activists are next on the list. As the story unfolds, you’re unlocking new cars for tooling around New Bordeaux, new outfits and new gear for taking down Slim – as well as the Marcanos.”
Check out my Mafia 3 review in case you missed it