Mafia 3's Next DLC Tells Donovan's Side Of The Story

Stones Unturned expansion features new vehicles, weapons, and John Donovan fighting by your side.

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Now Playing: Mafia III: Inside Look – Stones Unturned

Mafia III's next DLC expansion, Stones Unturned, will unveil more of the story of John Donovan, as Lincoln's fiery ex-CIA Vietnam buddy joins in on the action. Donovan will become your wingman, fighting by your side as you pick up bounty hunting missions in New Bordeaux.

In this video above, the game's senior writer says the new expansion will feel like "a great buddy action movie."

"He’s there with you every step of the way, helping unfold a mystery brewing in New Bordeaux. As Donovan’s past catches up with him, you’re fighting side-by-side…or, in some cases, firing a huge mounted turret from the back of a truck while he’s doing the driving."

Having Donovan by your side is not the only big addition in this next expansion, which launches in digital stores on May 30 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Here's a full list of new features in Stones Unturned:

  • New locations within New Bordeaux city limits: a department store, restaurant and safe house, and a remote island off the coast of New Bordeaux.
  • A new support option: You'll be able to call in Sniper Support.
  • New vehicles, including a turret-mounted off-road vehicle.
  • New mission types, where "you'll meet another salty friend from Donovan’s past as you pick up new Bounty Hunting missions around New Bordeaux."
  • New weapons, like a dart gun to silently take down targets from a distance.

In March, Mafia III released its first DLC expansion called Faster, Baby, which added more cars and weapons like proximity mines that you can lay as traps. Hanger 13 also released a demo at the same time, allowing you try the first act in Mafia III for free. Its third expansion, Sign of the Times, is expected to launch in July.

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