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Logitech G Gear Brings You Closer to the World of ‘Mafia III’

Set in the sprawling and stunningly detailed fictional city of New Bordeaux in New Orleans during the late ’60s, Mafia III is an epic open-world saga where players must confront a powerful crime organization as protagonist Lincoln Clay.

If you want take Mafia III’s already gripping story-driven campaign and action to the next level, you can do so by pairing the game up with Logitech G devices, which boast built-in support and features specifically for Mafia III.

The G810 Orion Spectrum mechanical keyboard and other compatible Logitech G devices, for instance, deliver dynamic RGB backlighting to Mafia III. As you’re working your way through the game the lighting will actually react to different scenarios in-game. For instance, when you enter a dangerous area controlled by your enemies, the keys will glow bright orange. And as the threat level increases due to more nearby enemies, the keys will go from orange to red.

One of the coolest Mafia III features with built into Logitech’s RGB backlighting system is that when the police are in pursuit of you, the entire keyboard will flash and flicker resembling a police siren. It all makes for a more immersive way to experience the world of Mafia III.

Mafia III isn’t the only game that features support for Logitech G devices like the G810 Orion Spectrum. Sid Meier's strategy hit Civilization VI and EA DICE’s FPS blockbuster Battlefield 1 both feature similarly awesome contextual integration with Logitech G gear. Watch the video above for an exclusive look at Mafia III’s Logitech G integrated features.

For more on Logitech G’s line of gaming peripherals like the G810, go here.



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Steve Williams

After 16 years writing for everything from GamesRadar to PC Gamer, Edge and Official PlayStation Magazine, Steve has seen gaming advance beyond his wildest dreams. He can’t wait to see where it goes next – especially when it involves wheels, throttles and drifts.

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