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Mafia 3 limited to 30 frames per second on PC, but an update will unlock higher framerates

Mafia 3 will be limited to 30 frames per second on PC when it releases tomorrow, but developer Hangar 13 and publisher 2K are already working on a way to let players give that number a boost. "We know how important having options that best suit your PC's performance capabilities are," reads a message posted on Mafia 3's website. "The team has been hard at work ensuring that Mafia III's performance is consistent across all platforms, and right now the game runs at a solid 30 frames-per-second.
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