Prepare for Mafia 3 With $6 Mafia 2 on PC
Now through Saturday you can save big on the game and its add-ons.
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The digital deluxe edition, which comes with in-game content like the game's soundtrack and an art book, among other things, is also marked down 80 percent to $8. Additionally, every piece of Mafia II DLC is discounted by 80 percent, including the Jimmy's Vendetta and Betrayal of Jimmy add-ons. No piece of DLC costs more than $2 with the discount applied.
These offers are available now through Steam.
This isn't the first time Mafia II and all its DLC has been marked down by 80 percent, as the same deal was offered back in June. Mafia II has a connection to this October's Mafia III, as Mafia II's Vito Scaletta appears in Mafia III as a lieutenant to main character Lincoln Clay.
GameSpot's Mafia II review scored it an 8.5/10. "Mafia II is an excellent return of a franchise with great promise. Vito and his associates are memorable characters in a city bursting with subtle visual details and violent undertones," critic Kevin VanOrd said.
Mafia III launches on October 7 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In other news, 2K recently announced what's in the $150 Collector's Edition and revealed some of the game's great songs. Additionally, the publisher just today released a new trailer that shows off its numerous districts.
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