Even though Mafia is a highly credible gangster game series, it reaches even new heights during the black and white mode. Just like in the age-old movies with gangsters, Mafia: Definitive Edition gets a new mode that makes the game look only in black and white colors.
The first major post-launch update for Mafia: Definitive Edition offers a new visual mode. Namely update 1.03, it adds Noir Mode, which transforms Mafia: Definitive Edition into a black and white game. The new update is already free to grab.
Don’t miss the new HUD options
The black and white mode is not the only new aspect that Update 1.03 brings for Mafia: Definitive Edition. We also have to mention the HUD options that allow several interesting things. The players can now switch the main objective markers like the enemy markers from the mini-map. Navigation instructions can also be turned off for an extra challenge. Enabling a minimal HUD option for ditching the map, speedometer, and objective text is also possible.
Those willing to be playing Mafia: Definitive Edition on a PC will need a machine that’s capable of the following configuration:
- Operating System: Windows 10 at 64-bit
- Intel CPU: i5-2500K
- AMD CPU: AMD FX-8120
- RAM: 6GB
- AMD GPU: Radeon R9 280X
- NVIDIA GPU: GeForce GTX 770
- VRAM: 2GB
- HDD: 50GB of free space
Mafia: Definitive Edition is a remake of the classical Mafia game released in 2001, where the player has to guide Tommy Angelo on his road to success. Tommy is a taxi driver who gets involved in the mob, as he sees the opportunity to gain power and respect.
Mafia: Definitive Edition was released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. This means that the game will also become available for the next-generation platforms Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, as they’re both announced to be featuring backwards compatibility.