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A newly leaked PlayStation 4 game not only confirms another game coming to the PS4 console but confirms a rumored PS5 game.

Additionally, Mafia II Definitive Edition, Mafia III Definitive Edition has been rated for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

What Does This Mean?

MAFIA 3 - Game Poster

Well, that 2K is bringing both of the previous two Mafia games within the sort of definitive editions to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. 

This may be the primary time the sport has been on PS4 or Xbox One. Meanwhile, the latter launched on the consoles.


While there’s some incentive to bring Mafia II to modern consoles, there is no reason to release a definitive edition of Mafia III on equivalent consoles it released on four years ago. It’s a very odd decision by 2K until you think about the context.

Since 2018, we’ve been hearing about Mafia 4 from reputable sources. Meanwhile, just last year the game “leaked” again.

Now, the very fact that the aforementioned games are being re-released together out of nowhere seemingly confirms these rumors. But wait, it gets more interesting.


Mafia City
Mafia city

2K revealed back in February that the developer of Mafia III – Hangar 13 – will reveal its new game within the coming months.

Now, this planned reveal might be disrupted by the continued coronavirus pandemic, however, if it isn’t, we’ll be hearing about Mafia 4 soon, which is likely getting to be a cross-gen game that hits PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

For now, not only should all this dot-connecting and speculation be crazy over a grain of salt, but so should the rating leaks.

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