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Does Mafia II make us an offer we can't refuse, or is it sleeping with the fishes? (PC, Xbox 360, PS3)

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Take-Two registered four Mafia 3 domains last week

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Could we be made an offer we can't refuse soon? Take-Two has registered four new domain names as of Thursday, June 25th. All of all them reference Mafia 3 - a series fans have been waiting to see a return of.

The publisher has had leaks before relating to a third major instalment, with an alleged casting call for actors pointing to Louisiana as a possible setting. Then there was silence again, a code of silence you might say.

Rumour: Mafia news from 2K Games might be "very soon"

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According to the voice actor behind Mafia II's Vito Scaletta, there might be something ready to announce to fans soon. It's been five long years since we last did favours for the family.

Mafia II was a pretty good successor and had two story DLCs to its name, but then 2K went all 'code of silence' about anything more in the works. Are we finally ready to grease our hair again?

Rumour: Possible Mafia 3 casting call reveals Louisiana setting

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A casting call posted with the Actors Access network has been spotted, and its owner is looking for three actors with Italian and/or southern accents. The characters are all described as robot Mafiosos.

Franklin, Tony and Mickey are all focused on their criminal enterprises. Not much has been heard about Mafia 3 and this casting call is for an 'untitled game' in the works.

2K Czech move studio, transfer developers to US

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2K Czech, developers of the Mafia series, are making some major changes to their infrastructure, moving their Prague office to Brno and shifting several developers over to the 2K headquarters in California.

2K Czech hiring for "top secret, unannounced & super interesting project"

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Mafia developer 2K Czech has a "super interesting project" on the go as they hunt for a 'Lead Mission Designer' for a "top secret, unannounced" new triple-A game. Mafia 3 is said to be in production.

Apparently a new Mafioso instalment will make its bones on the next Xbox and PlayStation platform. The studio needs a "local champion" for their mission design goals on the hushed up project.

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