#Mafia3 #GameUpdate – Mafia 3 Story Expansions Update: What To Expect On ‘Faster, Baby!,’ ‘Stones Unturned’ & ‘Signs of the Times’ : 2K and Hangar 13 have announced that the first story expansion for “Mafia 3,” “Faster, Baby!” will launch at the end of March 2017. In May, “Stones Unturned” will be released, followed by “Signs of the Times” by July.
According to Hangar 13, these release windows are merely targets and dates may change slightly during development. However, all three “Mafia 3” story expansions “will deliver tight, focused, and compelling narratives,” while also introducing new gameplay mechanics, activities, environments, and rewards. Here’s what to expect from each of them.
Targeted to release by end of March 2017, the first story expansion will see Lincoln join forces with Roxy Laveau. Fast cars, dramatic chases and amazing stunt driving will take place on the outskirts of New Bordeaux, as they try to take down a corrupt Sheriff abusing Civil Rights activists.
By May, Lincoln will join forces with CIA agent John Donovan to settle a feud that started in the war-stricken Vietnam. “Stones Unturned” will also see a pitiless rival return to New Bordeaux.
“Sign of the Times”
New Bordeaux is on the edge of terror as a string of ritualistic killings strike the city. Father James seeks Lincoln’s help to hunt down the cult responsible.
Narrative Director Bill Harms said that “Faster, Baby!” will bring gamers to a whole new unseen part of New Bordeaux, PlayStation Lifestyle reported. “Mafia III focuses on the systematic destruction of Sal Marcano’s empire, racket-by-racket, while all of the expansions tell direct, linear stories,” Harms said.
In the coming weeks, more “Mafia 3” updates will be handed by Hangar 13. Expect to hear more on “Faster, Baby!” and its female lead, the new area, gameplay mechanics and activities, and of course, the bad (badder?) dudes.
By picking up the $29.99 “Mafia 3” Season Pass, you’ll receive access to all three story expansions. Standalone prices haven’t been given yet.
Source : Mobilenapps