Mafia III Title Update Released Today Adding Car Customisation, Races and More

2K and Hangar 13 just released a free title update for Mafia III that adds the ability for players to compete in races, customize their cars, and more.

Enter a series of races through the streets of New Bordeaux – six circuit lap races and six point-to-point races – to unlock customizations and a new car. Customize the cars in Lincoln’s fleet with a variety of decals, exhausts, spoilers, superchargers, and wheels. New outfits and a custom revolver are also available for Lincoln to use in Mafia III today

Today 2k and Hangar 13 are delivering with some customizations for Lincoln’s fleet of up to 10 cars. The six you earn through playing the game, the three cars those who own the Family Kick-Back have access to…and an unlockable 10th car, the Griffin Marauder.

First step to your very own custom, cherry-ed out rides: accessible from one of the nine Big Rick’s Garage locations around New Bordeaux. From there start selecting what kind of Decals, Exhausts, Spoilers, Superchargers and Wheels you want on your car. With this content patch, you’ll have over 50 unique customizations for your fleet.

The developers have said many times that the inspiration for the driving in Mafia III were the classic car chase films of the late 1960s and early 1970s. You’ve experienced it while playing the game – now it’s time to stomp down the pedal and race! Whether you’re taking tight turns in a sports car or blazing through oncoming traffic in an exotic model, there are 12 races for you to win throughout New Bordeaux – six circuit lap races and six point-to-point races.

The races become available after the first sit-down with all three lieutenants. Whenever you’re cruising around the open world (and not getting chased by the cops), look for the race markers on the map and drive on over in your favorite sports or exotic car.

Place in the top spots to win, unlock customizations…and get the pink slip to a 10th car you can add to your permanent fleet!

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