On the 20th anniversary of the mafia establishment, Hanger 13 has reported that the studio is functioning on a new episode in the series.
“I’m glad to affirm we’ve begun work on an all-new Mafia project,” General Manager Roman Hladik said in a meeting. “While it’s quite a long while far and we can’t share much more else at the present moment, we’re fretful to continue to deal with this esteemed establishment and to lock in our players with new stories.”
There aren’t additional insights concerning the new Mafia project, yet recently, Kotaku revealed that Hangar 13 was dealing with a prequel to the Mafia set of three code-named Nero. It would likewise be purportedly constructed utilizing Unreal Engine 5, a similar motor fueling the new Mafia and Mafia II remasters.
Bloomberg later detailed that studio President Nick Baynes was attempting to greenlight a spin-off of Nero while the game was still in development. Hang 13 experienced a series of cutbacks before this year when two of its significant ventures, code-named Volt, and Mosaic, were purportedly dropped. Both of these scratch-offs were allegedly passed on to numerous representatives with little work to do, and the reason for greenlighting the Nero spin-off is to ensure that workers could progress flawlessly between projects after Nero wrapped up development.
Hanger 13 is also allegedly working on a tennis game,code-named Hammer; however, there could be no other particulars known about it at present.
Considering that the new Mafia project is years away, it’s conceivable that it could jettison the last age of control center and spotlight on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, similar to the games, namely Gotham Knight.