Hangar 13 confirms it’s working on a new mafia game – Gaming – News

Hangar 13 is working on a new game in the Mafia series. The developer confirmed this in an interview in honor of the 20th anniversary of the first game. According to an earlier rumor, the game takes place in the 1930s or earlier.

“I am happy to confirm that we have embarked on a new mafia project,” Says General Manager of Hangar 13 Roman Hladík. Hladík says it will be years before the game is released and that no more information can be shared at this time.

in May Kotaku books Based on an anonymous source that Hangar 13 is working on Mafia prequel. The game is said to use Unreal Engine 5, with previous games in the series using their own engine. Internally, the game will be known as Nero.

Three mafia games have been released since 2002. These are third-person open world games that take place in the United States. The first two games were created by 2K Czech studio, formerly Illusion Softworks. In 2017, this studio merged into Hangar 13, the developer behind Mafia III. Two years ago, the developer released a new version of the first game and a new version of the second game.

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