New Mafia 3 Trailer Shows Off Deadly Weapons and Brutal Knife Kills

"This man has a talent for violence."

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2K Games has released a new gameplay trailer for Mafia III, this one shining a light on main character Lincoln Clay's explosive arsenal of weapons and other deadly items.

As discussed in a neat flashback sequence, Clay has access to a huge variety of weapons, including pistols, rifles, shotguns, and even rocket launchers. He can also outfit weapons with extended clips, precision sights for sniper rifles, hollow-point bullets, and silencers.

Overall, Clay is described in the video as a "precision instrument of death." Also, his Vietnam squadmate said about Clay, "Fighting to him was like breathing."

In addition to weapons, Clay can use explosives, molotov cocktails, and even C4. He's also skilled with a knife, as the trailer so brutally demonstrates in a few sequences.

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Earlier this week, 2K released a trailer that showed off the ways you can make money--of course, this involves violence. Additionally, 2K recently announced its post-launch DLC plans, which includes free content in addition to paid expansions. If you're planning to pick up the game on PC, you can see the system requirements here.

For more on Mafia III, check out GameSpot's new feature that covers seven things you need to know. You can also read GameSpot's interview with composer Jesse Harlin.

A mobile version of Mafia III, called Mafia III: Rivals, has also been announced.

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