Even while Mafia 3 differs stylistically from the previous two entries in the long-running series, it nevertheless stands true as an excellent title. Besides the captivating plot and intriguing open-world environment, the game also has a fantastically dramatic score.
Mafia 3 has a terrific range of actors to complement it all, and it doesn’t disappoint. The ensemble of the title is large, but we’ve narrowed it down to the most compelling characters. Let’s take a look at the top 5 finalists, shall we?
1. Lincon Clay
Unlike the original couple Mafia videogames’ main characters, Lincoln serves as a completely new character. Clay’s African-American descent renders him an intriguing addition. Individuals often approach Lincoln in a way that would not be acceptable for a white individual. Lincoln wage conflict not just on Sal Marcano as well as his cronies, but furthermore on the racism that he and other African-Americans face. Lincoln’s executions are ferocious.
At a derelict amusement complex, he hangs a man by his neck from a Gondola. He later tosses a guy over the roof of a building, decapitates some other guy, as well as roasts someone on a stake. Despite the fact that this might well come across as a bit extreme, Lincoln is trying to make a point.
2. Reverend James Ballard
In the conflagration that followed Lincoln’s shooting and abandonment at the pub, Reverend James saved the man he loved. Throughout Lincoln’s lengthy rehabilitation, Reverend James takes good care of him. Through his supervision, Lincoln pulls a remarkable comeback. The fact is, Reverend James had no idea Lincoln would embark on a killing spree against Marcano and his gang members. Reverend James, although saving him once, is just as prepared to murder him.
Father James would detonate an explosive in Lincoln’s vehicle if he decides to abandon and murder all of his subordinates and reign unilaterally. He seemed compelled to act because he was concerned that Lincoln was taking on the persona of Sal Marcano.
She serves as Lincoln’s initial choice for a Bad Bordeaux mafia. She runs her business out of a satanic cult. On her first encounter with Lincoln, she appears to be a lady who has been abused and discarded. The true boss of the Haitians, though, is this strong, no-nonsense lady. Cassandra and Lincoln create a friendship, despite the fact that they appear to be an improbable pair.
As a woman of color, Cassandra understands the difficulties Lincoln has encountered, but she and the newfound crime boss have divergent views on how matters should be handled. As an instance, consider the time when Cassandra is questioning a Dixie Mafia operative. Cassandra is enraged because Lincoln allows him to leave without killing him.
4. Vito Scaletta
Mafia II players will recognize Vito from the game. In Mafia 3, he has migrated to New Bordeaux, where he works for Marcano as an enforcer. Vito isn’t a big fan of Sal’s. Sal’s betrayal of him goes without saying. Deception seems to be the solely Vito despises and later joins forces with Lincoln to bring down Marcano. Lincoln’s henchman Vito values allegiance, so it’s in everyone’s best interest to maintain him pleased.
Considering the events in Mafia II, Vito has most likely gotten even worse. Upon rescuing Vito, you’ll need to work with him to retake River Row from the paws of Michael Grecco. Vito doesn’t lose any minute getting to work on questioning him. Grecco isn’t exactly welcome in Vito’s world. He even goes so far as to amputate one of his toes in an effort to get him to speak.
5. Thomas Burke
Burke, the boss of the Irish mafia, alongside his ward Danny assists in the theft of money from the Federal Reserve. Having lost ground with Sal, Burke is looking to make amends. Eventually, the Marcano’s deceive everybody, even Burke, and the plan went awry. Burke is devastated by Danny’s death and goes into mourning, sipping extensively, and wailing.
Lincoln offers to assist Burke in retaliation for his betrayal. As soon as Lincoln offers Burke the position of subordinate, Burke declines. In his anguish, he can’t join Lincoln in battle. Burke has a hard time being persuaded to alter his opinion.