Mafia 2: Demo available on Steam and screenshots with downsampling
Today 2k czech is offering a trial version of Mafia 2 on Steam. Godfathers and future gangsters can play the demo, which includes a benchmark, an assassin mission and 10 minutes of free play.
Steam is going to make you an offer you can't refuse. 2k czech delivers a Mafia 2 demo on steam. You will need to have 1,1 GB of free disk space, if you are interested in playing the gangster epos. The demo delivers an assassin mission and 10 minutes of free play. Also there is an integrated benchmark so you can check your hardware. On August, 27th Mafia 2 will hit the stores and 2k czech will sent you to Empire Bay. By clicking you hit the Mafia 2 offer on steam.
In the gallery you find some awesome hig res screenshots using downsampling techniques.
Mafia 2 demo background information:
Set in Empire Bay, a fully realized and immersive 1940's and 1950's American urban cityscape, the Mafia II demo invites gamers to experience the title's intense shooting, white-knuckle car-chases, compelling characters, engaging narrative and decadent and meticulously crafted atmosphere. Mafia II will be released on August 24 in North America, August 26 in Australia and August 27 internationally.
While the game spans two eras, the Mafia II demo invites gamers to dive into the "Buzzsaw” level, which takes place during the summer of the ‘50s - a time considered the "Birth of Cool”, and with it, rock ‘n' roll, hot rods, and rebellious attitudes. In the demo, Vito Scaletta and his buddies, Joe and Henry, are sent to take out a mobster known as "The Fat Man”. This mission showcases vibrant edge-of-your-seat action, era-evoking cars, memorable characters and a snapshot of the expansive city of Empire Bay in this colorful era.
Mafia II centres around Vito Scaletta, who has started to make a name for himself on the streets of Empire Bay. He's someone who can be trusted to get the job done. Together with his buddy Joe, he is working to prove himself to the Mafia, a move which escalates to crimes that generate bigger rewards, bigger status, and bigger consequences.