Mafia 3 ‘Faster, Baby’ expansion pack deals with corrupt law enforcement
Good news ahead for Mafia enthusiasts: the third installment in the franchise is looking at recruiting a new family member pretty soon. And pretty soon actually means tomorrow. Hangar 13 made it clear that the 28th of March will mark the coming of Mafia 3’s expansion pack titled Faster, Baby! This expansion set won’t come out by itself, however, but rather accompanied by an important addition: a demo of Mafia 3. The demo will allow players to test the game out and experience a specific portion of the game.
New expansion coming, so time to prepare
Faster, Baby! was announced a few weeks ago, having made it a fixture in the calendars of those that can’t get enough Mafia 3. Those that play the game on Xbox One should make sure that they have an extra 5GB of space on their consoles because Hangar 13 is pushing out a patch of that size to the game to prepare it for the upcoming expansion.
There isn’t much information available regarding the contents of this 5GB patch. While it is known that it will feature some gameplay changes, it’s not said if it will be a mix of features and optimization or just a strong inclination towards one of the two. The gameplay changes in question address things like the ability to throw grenades while driving, something that wasn’t an option in the game until now. Mines will also play a part in this new 5GB patch, too.
Civil Rights are still a priority
Mafia 3’s unbeaten record of raising social awareness about discrimination and civil rights will continue since those themes are revisited in the plot of Faster, Baby! The new expansion pack will grant players access to a new zone in the game called Sinclair Parish, too, so there’s lot of new content for fans to digest!
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