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Mafia 3's third story DLC now meddling with a cult

Do drugs, worship blood

A kooky cult is now causing trouble in Mafia III [official site] with Sign of the Times, the third of its three big story DLCs. I'm told the Ensanglante are a blood-worshipping cult into drugs and human sacrifice, which sounds like a wild time. Sadly, Lincoln Clay is out to shut them down, investigating their crime scenes using new detective skills then, I imagine, shooting their faces off. The DLC also lets Lincoln rebuild his murdered dad's bar, which is sweet. Given that Mafia III has gone down poorly, I'd expect this to be the last bit of it.

Here, meet this fun-loving cult:

To help track them, Lincoln gets investigative skills which sound similar to those in Condemned: Criminal Origins to me. 2K explain:

"There's a mystery to solve with Lincoln searching for stray objects left behind, strange writing – you'll even examine bodies for clues. By eyeballing the environment and using a blacklight flashlight to uncover hints, you'll zero in on where The Ensanglante operate and what the hell their endgame is for New Bordeaux. At key points in this DLC, we have these investigation zones where you'll methodically look for clues that reveal more of the truth... and it can quickly turn a corner where you’ll be dealing with cult members in tense firefights."

As for fixing up the bar, 2K say:

"All the hard-earned cash earned from your side businesses and whatever you *ahem* get while on the streets can be put into refurbishing Sammy’s to its former glory. Rebuild the bar, get a new jukebox – put Sammy's back together just like you remember it from the very beginning of the game. But you can also start adding more to it.

"Where it gets interesting is that as you need to hire more staff, you'll start unlocking side missions. Help a drummer out of a jam and his band will perform at your club. Do a favor for someone and they'll start working your bar."

Why wasn't that the goal of the game in the first place? Tch!

Sign of the Times is £7.99/9,99€/$9.99 on Steam. It also comes in the DLC season pass which costs £24.99/29,99€/$29.99.

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