You Can Now Get the Classic Mafia II At Incredibly Low Price


Mafia II is easily one of the best and most realistic gangster games of all time. Launched in 2010 after being developed by 2K Czech and published by 2K Games, the game presents the story of a war veteran who gets dragged into a new world full of danger in Empire Bay during the ’40s and early ’50s.

The game had some mind-blowing graphics for its time and especially its hardware demands. It’s enough to have 1.5GB of RAM on your PC and a graphics card that’s at least as good as NVidia GeForce 8600 or ATI HD2600 Pro to get the chance to run the game.

You can now get Mafia II for $7.49 on Xbox consoles

If you have an Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S console, you are free to accept Microsoft’s new offer and grab Mafia 2 for only $7.49. The legendary game is getting a special discount of $22.50 from its usual price. The discount is part of Microsoft’s weekly Deals With Gold, where many other games are available at much lower prices than usual: Batman: Arkham Knight, many Assassin’s Creed games, Borderlands 2 and 3, Far Cry 3, 4, 5, and 6, and a lot more.

Mafia 2 is certainly not a game for the faint-hearted. In 2K Czech’s majestic creation, there are lots of crimes, drug dealers, and plot twists that lead to numerous horrible outcomes where even your best friend might be willing to kill you for money and fame.

Here’s a reliable description of Mafia 2 via Steam:

Vito Scaletta has started to make a name for himself on the streets of Empire Bay as someone who can be trusted to get a job done. Together with his buddy Joe, he is working to prove himself to the Mafia, quickly escalating up the family ladder with crimes of larger reward, status and consequence… the life as a wise guy isn’t quite as untouchable as it seems.

Except for the Xbox consoles, you can also run Mafia 2 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, macOS, and Classic Mac OS.



Cristian Antonescu
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