Last month, 2K announced a complete remake of the 2002 classic action game Mafia, with the title being rebuilt using a new engine while keeping the original's charm intact. During the PC Gaming Show today, a new trailer was presented giving a first look at what the remake will look like, seen above.
The footage shows off quite a few iconic moments from the campaign, and all of it looks to be in-engine rendered, though a gameplay reveal is yet to happen.
The folks behind Mafia III, Hanger 13, are handling the Mafia: Definitive Edition development, and it will be using the modern title's engine for the process. According to the studio, all of the major plot points from the classic will make a return in the remake. However, they will be expanded with new dialog, deeper backstories, new cutscenes, as well as some additional gameplay sequences and features, once again letting players experience Tommy Angelo's journey through the criminal underworld of Lost Haven.
Mafia: Definitive Edition is coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on August 28, with pre-orders available now for $39.99. 2K also released a Mafia: Trilogy pack alongside the announcement last month, which bundles the Definitive Editions of the entire trilogy for $59.99, with the upcoming remake being delivered at launch.