As the release of Mafia: Definitive Edition approaches, we can now take a look at the complete map of the title. We also have details about the revamp of Lost Haven.
Shortly before the launch of the Mafia: Definitive Edition, Hangar 13 published an overview map of Lost Haven. You can see the entire set, which should be familiar to players in the original.
The different districts of Lost Haven are recognizable. These include the following:
- Little Italy
- Works Quarter
- Central Island
- Beech Hill
Other locations from the original game, including Clark’s Motel, the international airport, or the race track, are still represented in the game.
However, there were changes: The rural part in the north of the map can be explored freely in the Mafia: Definitive Edition without having to reach a certain point in the story. In addition, you no longer have to fear invisible walls or loading screens.
In addition to the visual improvements, certain parts of the city have been upgraded. This should make the city look real and atmospheric. For example, the city center now has more tall building complexes. And Chinatown is now typically characterized by its own architecture. You will also meet a thriving Chinese community there.
Lost Heaven is an authentic prohibition-era city that is riddled with corruption. Experience classic Mafia missions in this iconic city, completely rebuilt from the ground up.
— Mafia: Trilogy (@mafiagame) September 3, 2020
The topography has been changed in some areas of the city. Driving on the streets should be more varied. In addition, thanks to the redesign, there were great viewpoints that will help you admire the skyline of Lost Heaven.
You will soon be able to enjoy the new Lost Haven for yourself, as Mafia: Definitive Edition will be launched on September 25, 2020, on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.