A new trailer shows off the driving of Mafia III while also offering a look at the streets of the New Orleans–inspired setting of New Bordeaux.
Previous games in the Mafia series required players to abide by traffic laws, but it looks like developer Hangar 13 is leaving that behind in order to make players feel like “Hollywood action” drivers in Mafia III.
Hangar 13 is going to great lengths to capture the game’s ’60s setting by including a “ton of great music” from the time period.
Mafia III is set to launch on October 7th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Pre-orders will include the Family Kick-Back DLC, which will have three exclusive weapons and three vehicles.