15 years ago, back in 2006, I was barely 15 years old. And in the year, the same year that Twitter launched, the original Mafia: City of Lost Heaven was barely four years old. And a modder began working on a mod that would add a fully realized and modeled Titanic to the game. 15 years later, the first part is out.
“Titanic ModAims to create one of the most detailed and accurate free 3D recreations of the Titanic ever made. Players will be able to explore the huge ship in free roam mode, and the final plan is to include a number of new missions involving the doomed ship and the mafia. It is developed primarily by a man, Robin Bongaarts. According to one Eurogamer interview from last month, Bongaarts er en maritime engineer from the Netherlands who has been working on this mod since 2006.
The first part of the massive courage was final released yesterday, August 20. It contains no missions on board the ship, nor does it contain the moment when the ship sinks in the ocean. And some parts of the ship are not finished yet, based on this diagram. Still, you can run around ship and explore different parts of its highly detailed exterior and rooms.
This mod contains features not found in the original base game, such as fully climbed rises and swimming. These features were added to the mature with the help of a small team that Bongaarts works with.
To try Titanic Mod, you need one vanilla, unmodified version of the game. The Steam and GOG versions of the open-world game will also work, though this mod does not support other mods like the popular widescreen fix. And no, that’s not a euphemism for something else Mafia Definitive Edition.
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