Mafia Titanic PC Mod Released After 15 Years Of Development
15 years ago, back in 2006, I was barely 15 years old. And in that year, the same year that Twitter was launched, the original Mafia: the city of the lost sky he was barely four years old. And a modder was starting work on a mod that would add a fully made and modeled Titanic to the game. 15 years later, the first part comes out.
“The Titanic Mod“It aims to create one of the” most detailed and accurate free 3D recreations of the Titanic ever made. ” Players will be able to explore the massive ship in free roam mode and the eventual plan is to include a series of new missions involving the doomed ship and the mob. It is being developed mainly by a man, Robin bongaarts. According to a Eurogamer interview last month, Bongaarts is a Maritime engineer from the Netherlands who has been working on this mod since 2006.
The first part of the massive mod. it was finally released yesterday, 20th of August. It does not contain any missions on board. the ship and does not include the time when the ship sinks in the ocean. And some parts of the ship are not finished yet, according to this diagram. Still you can run the ship and explore different parts of its highly detailed exterior and bedrooms.
This mod includes features not found in the original base game, such as fully scalable stairs and swimming. These features were added to the mod with the help of a small team that Bongaarts works with.
If you want to try the Titanic Mod, you will need a vanilla, unmodified version of the game. The Steam and GOG versions of the open world game will work as well, although this mod is not compatible with other mods such as the popular widescreen arrangement. And no, this will not work in the past year. Definitive Edition of Mafia.
You can read more about the creator of the mod through the aforementioned. Eurogamer interview or take a look at History of Titanic Mod via its Moddb page.
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(h / t: Eurogamer)
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