Mafia: Definitive Edition reunites us with Tommy Angelo and his cab driver-turned-Mafia soldier storyline, one that many experienced nearly two decades ago. Given the amount of time between the original and the remake, it’s possible that returning players have forgotten certain aspects of the game, such as the length of the campaign. In fact, even those with impeccable memory may be surprised to learn that the number of chapters in the Definitive Edition differs from the original.
How Many Chapters Are Included?
Tommy Angelo’s several-year story is bookended with a prologue and epilogue, both of which are not included in the chapter count below. Unlike the 2002 release, Mafia: Definitive Edition hosts 20 chapters instead of 21. This is due to a narrative restructure by developer Hangar 13 that sees the the combination and renaming of two missions. To clarify, missions and chapters are synonymous in this context.
Chapter 1: An Offer You Can’t Refuse
Chapter 2: Running Man
Chapter 3: Molotov Party
Chapter 4: Ordinary Routine
Chapter 5: Fair Play
Chapter 6: Sarah
Chapter 7: Better Get Used to It
Chapter 8: The Saint and The Sinner
Chapter 9: A Trip to the Country
Chapter 10: Omerta
Chapter 11: Visiting Rich People
Chapter 12: Great Deal
Chapter 13: Bon Appétit
Chapter 14: Happy Birthday
Chapter 15: You Lucky Bastard
Chapter 16: Crème de la Crème
Chapter 17: Election Campaign
Chapter 18: Just for Relaxation
Chapter 19: Moonlighting
Chapter 20: The Death of Art
Each chapter differs in length, with some lasting mere minutes and others taking half an hour. The total experience will likely take the average player upwards of 12 hours. Of course, this is assuming that optional driving segments aren’t skipped or that countless hours aren’t being accrued in the Free Ride mode, once unlocked.
- This article was updated on:September 29th, 2020