It's time for a taste of that sweet mob life with the full list of Mafia: Definitive Edition achievements and how to earn them.
As far back as we can remember, we've always wanted to be gangsters. Thankfully, for all you Tony Sopranos, Vito Corleones, and Frank Costellos out there, 2K Games has Mafia: Definitive Edition to help you live out that fantasy without having your guts pumped full of lead or having to spend some time in the slammer. While the Definitive Edition versions of both Mafia II and Mafia III were already available, we're going back a little further in time for Mafia: Definitive Edition and the final chapter of the newly released Mafia: Trilogy.
Heading back to the Dirty Thirties, players put on their best pinstripe suit to play as Tommy Angelo. Although Tommy starts off the game as a humble Lost Heaven cab driver, a chance encounter with the Salieri Crime Family sees him enter a dark world of drugs, drinking, and dames. As the game progresses, Tommy rises through the ranks of the family and jostles for control as the next Don.
Just when you think you've driven every car, there is to drive and drank in every boozer Lost Heaven has to offer, there's always more to do. If you're of the belief that crime DOES pay, here's the full list of Mafia: Definitive Edition achievements and how you can earn them.
There's a grand total of 44 Mafia: Definitive Edition achievements available to unlock. They're divided into 33 Bronze, seven Silver, three Gold, and one Platinum - for when you think you're the capomandamento (big boss).
Mafia: Definitive Edition Achievements (Bronze)
Starting things off relatively easy, you'll see your achievements soon clock up as you shoot your way through Mafia's story. Merely completing a chapter should unlock an achievement, however, there are a couple of other sneaky trophies that require a little more work.
For example, taking Paulie to a place of disrepute requires completing the race and picking up the Salieri Family's soldato. Although you can just take Paulie home, the randy mobster wants you to swing by the Blue Tropics brothel.
A Chase through the Night:
Completed "An Offer You Can't Refuse"
The Back Streets of Little Italy:
Completed "Running Man"
The Way this City Works:
Completed "Molotov Party"
Gangs of Lost Heaven:
Completed "Ordinary Routine"
Completed "Fair Play"
Good Night for a Walk Anyways:
Storm Cloud over Chinatown:
Completed "Better Get Used to It"
Murder in the House of God:
Completed "The Saint and the Sinner"
Your Canuck Cousins:
Completed "A Trip to the Country"
Rat in the House:
Blood on Beech Hill:
Completed "Visiting Rich People"
Best Laid Plans:
Completed "Great Deal"
The Day the War Began:
Completed “Bon Appétit”
Death on the Water:
Completed "Happy Birthday"
When God Stops Smiling:
Completed "You Lucky …"
The Day the War Ended:
Completed “Crème de la Crème”
Mafia: Definitive Edition Achievements (Bronze Cont.)
A View from the Top:
Completed “Election Campaign”
Into the Lion’s Den:
Completed “Just For Relaxation”
That Last Big Score:
Friends and Family:
Completed “The Death of Art”
Paid a fine to the Lost Heaven Police Department
Not Taken In:
Resisted arrest by the Lost Heaven Police Department
Heat from the Cops:
Lost the cops after accruing a five-star police chase
Lockpicked 5 cars on the streets of Lost Heaven and environs
That Motor can Move:
Reached 50mph while driving the Bolt Ace
Performed a wheelie for 3 seconds
Quite the Collection:
Collected 15 vehicles in the Garage
Found a Pulp Magazine
Found a copy of Gangsters Monthly
Found a ‘Gangsters of the United States’ cigarette card
On the Tail:
Found a hidden car
Mystery Fox Discovered:
Found a Mystery Fox
Took Paulie to a Place of Disrepute
Mafia Definitive Edition Achievements (Silver)
Rev your engines for Mafia: Definitive Edition's Silver achievements. As well as winning the race, you'll need to have a well-stocked garage of 30 vehicles and have hunted high and low for all comics, hidden vehicles, and mystery foxes. This is where the real grind will come in beyond the main storyline.
Won the race
Collected 30 vehicles in the Garage
Found all Pulp Magazines
Picture Book Connoisseur:
Found all copies of Gangsters Monthly
Found all 'Gangsters of the United States' cigarette cards
Car Thief Number One:
Found all of the hidden cars
Mystery Fox Domination:
Found all Mystery Foxes
Mafia Definitive Edition Achievements (Gold)
Just when you think those final credits are rolling and you can already hear that "Bullet Opera" soundtrack playing, Mafia: Definitive Edition has a few more surprises for you.
To unlock the Gold achievements, you'll need to jump back in your car or hop on your motorcycle to complete the game all over again. For an added twist of the knife, you'll head back to the OG way of playing Mafia for "Classic" difficulty. That's right, with reduced ammo and faster police response times, Tommy has never had it so tough.
A Life of Crime:
Completed the game on Easy, Medium, or Hard difficulty
Completed the game on Classic difficulty
The Whole Story:
Completed the Collection
Mafia Definitive Edition Achievements (Platinum)
Unsurprisingly, the final hurdle is the hardest one. To finally sit on your throne at the top of Lost Heaven's crime-riddled streets, you'll need to complete every trophy in Bronze, Silver, and Gold to earn the elusive title of "Original Gangster".
The Original Gangster:
Obtained all Mafia: Definitive Edition Trophies
So there you have it. You've hopefully dabbled in your life of crime and got all that gangster gore out of your system. Now you know how to unlock every Mafia: Definitive Edition achievement on the list, all that's left to say is, "Keep the change, ya filthy animal".
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