Mafia III gets an October 7 release date

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Mafia III’s official Twitter account revealed that the open-world game is coming out on October 7. It will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Mafia III is about (you guessed it) a group of mobsters, this time set in New Orleans during 1968. The October release date will make sure that the game comes out in time for the lucrative holiday season, when sales are at their highest thanks to all of the gift-giving.

Publisher 2K also released a new trailer for Mafia III, which you can watch below.

The last entry in the series, Mafia II, came out back in 2010 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. That game actually took place in a fictional city called Empire Bay.

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