Clay investigates a Deep South death cult in latest Mafia III DLC

Brodie Fogg 26 July 2017 NEWS

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Sign of the Times pits Lincoln Clay against the violent Ensanglante.

Mafia III split audiences at release. In one hand, players wanted so bad to experience the Deep South story of Lincoln Clay's revenge, on the other, the gameplay was repetitive and bland and ultimately failed to inspire players to see it through to the end.

Still, the team at Hangar 13 have continued to churn out story-based DLC, including the freshly announced Sign of the Times.

In the latest DLC, Lincoln Clay and Father James team up to take on a vicious religious cult known as the Ensanglante (French for "covered in blood").

A new storyline isn't all Sign of the Times brings to Mafia III. Lincoln Clay will now be able to utilise "investigative tactics", use throwing knives and slow-motion shooting. The player will also have the chance to restore Sammy's bar (which was turned to ashes at the beginning of Mafia III).

Mafia III was at its best when it was ferociously hitting back at the violent and repugnant racism of the 60s. We're looking forward to seeing how the writers tackle (and how Clay systematically dismantles) the twisted world of death cults.

Sign of the Times is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.


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