20 minutes of Mafia 3 gameplay puts players in the heart of New Bordeaux

John White By: John White
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The folks at 2K Games sure know how to create an exhilarating video game. During E3 2016, the company showcased 20 minutes of Mafia 3 in action, and it proved an explosive experience from start to finish.

The 20-minute demo is narrated by Haden Blackman, one of the leads on the game’s development team. Blackman shows us what the game is all about and what the lead character’s role is in the plot, set in 1968. Players will cause havoc in the city of New Bordeaux, an alternate version of New Orleans. The aim of the player is to rise up in the crime world to become the ultimate leader in organized crime within the city.

The lead character from the previous Mafia games is to show up in Mafia 3 as well, but as an associate and not a main character.

The first two games were fun to play, and the third appears to be going down the same route. If it can bring the fun and interesting story from the other games along with fixing some of their major issues, we could be in for the best Mafia game yet.

What else did we see at E3 2016? Well, Microsoft showed off an interesting trailer of State of Decay 2, the sequel to the much-praised State of Decay for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Windows PC. We also got the chance to see Scalebound’s multiplayer gameplay in action. While a bit chaotic, it looks to have some potential so we’re keeping our fingers crossed.

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