and the rules have changed.
After years of combat in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay knows this truth: family isn’t who you’re born with, it’s who you die for. Now back home in New Bordeaux, Lincoln is set on escaping a criminal past. But when his surrogate family, the black mob, is betrayed and wiped out by the Italian Mafia, Lincoln builds a new family on the ashes of the old and blazes a path of military-grade revenge through those responsible. Intense gun fights, visceral hand-to-hand combat, white knuckle driving and street smarts will all be needed. But with the right crew, tough decisions and some dirty hands, it’s possible to make it to the top of the city’s underworld.
A Reimagined 1968 New Orleans
A vast, diverse and seedy open world ruled by the mob and corrupt officials and richly detailed with the sights, sounds and emotionally-charged social atmosphere of the era.
An Unintended and Lethal Anti-Hero
Be Lincoln Clay, an orphan and Vietnam veteran hell bent on revenge against the Italian Mafia for the brutal slaughter of the black mob, the closest thing to family he’s ever had.
Revenge Your Way
Choose your own personal play-style, from brute force and blazing guns to stalk-and-kill tactics as you use Lincoln’s military training and gathered intel to tear down the Italian Mafia.
A New Family on the Ashes of the Old
Build a new criminal empire in your own unique way by deciding which of your lieutenants you reward and which you betray…
A Most Turbulent Year
Johnny Cash performs at Folsom State Prison in California.
Gris-Gris, the debut album of famed New Orleans recording artist Dr. John, is released.
In late January, Vietnamese Revolutionary Forces mount a concerted attack on South Vietnamese cities and towns.
Bill Graham opens the Fillmore East in New York City.
RFK Announces Candidacy for President of the US.
Martin Luther King, Jr. is fatally shot at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee.
James Brown appears on national televison in effort to calm tensions in the US following the assassination of Martin Lurther King, Jr.
Civil Rights Act
The Civil Rights Act of 1968 is signed by Lyndon B. Johnson.
Robert F Kennedy is shot and killed at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
Led Zeppelin perform for the first time billed as The New Yardbirds.
U.S. Athlete silent demonstration for Civil Rights during Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
’68 Presidential Elections’
Nixon wins with 43.4% of the popular vote.
500,000 people march on Washington, DC for peace, becoming the largest anti-war rally ever in US history.
The first manned spacecraft to orbit the moon.