Mafia III Sign of the Times DLC Announced

The latest entry in the Mafia franchise draws to a close with its final DLC storyline.  To release later this month, a new informative trailer is out!

Sign of the Times – as it is named, the DLC features an expanded storyline which takes the game’s protagonist Lincoln Clay in pursuit of a bloody cult. Further information  is given below in addition to a lengthy and informative trailer:

With Faster, Baby!, Lincoln Clay went on high-speed chases through Sinclair Parish, while in Stones Unturned, he partnered with John Donovan in an explosive action adventure. In Sign of the Times, Lincoln is pitted against a deranged and violent group of cultists called ‘The Ensanglante’, who are hell-bent on restoring righteousness and order to New Bordeaux through violent rituals. The cult uses a hallucinogenic drug to bend its members to their will, distorting their perception of reality and turning them into killers. When Lincoln discovers The Ensanglante has used Sammy’s bar for their rituals and finds a lone survivor among the terrible aftermath of a brutal ceremony, he vows to protect New Bordeaux from this mysterious new threat in a thrilling 1960s-inspired psychological cat-and mouse game that will push Lincoln’s grip on reality to the brink.

To infiltrate The Ensanglante, Lincoln will call upon his spec-ops training to unravel the mystery of the cult with all-new weapons and tactics, including throwing knives and the powerful new slow-mo shooting combat technique.

In addition to protecting New Bordeaux from the mysterious new threat, in Sign of the Times, players will also have the opportunity to restore Sammy’s bar to its former glory, symbolically completing Lincoln’s story of redemption.

Mafia III Sign of the Times Trailer

Mafia III and the first two DLCs are out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

 

 

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