Daniel Vávra, best known for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, was game director and author of the first mafia game. He now said on Twitter that he didn't expect much from the remake.
With the newly announced Mafia trilogy A remake of Mafia 1 also appears. Daniel Vávra, Game Director and author of the original Mafia game, has now commented on it.
Ex-game director is not enthusiastic
Daniel Vávra, who is also known for the medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance, said: "Since everyone is asking me all day, I didn't work on it (on the remake). I don't expect much of it told about it. I don't know anything about it. Nobody paid me anything for it. My commitment is 0. I just wrote the original and was game director. "
He also apparently doesn't think much of Mafia 2. In another tweet, Vávra writes: "Try playing the levels of Mafia 2 twice in a row. In 90% of the cases, everything is the same. In the first part, each shootout is different and non-linear You can play hide and seek with enemies at the airport. Of course, they are generated during some triggers, but mostly act independently. "
Mafia 1's remake is slated for release on August 28, and part 2's remaster appears to be released on May 19.
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