Playboy Magazines are collectibles found throughout Mafia III.

"That's right, look carefully on desks and tables throughout New Bordeaux and you'll be able to collect classic issues of Playboy in Mafia III."
— 2K-Games
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Playboy Magazines are a series of fifty magazines found around New Bordeaux. They are available form the start of the game and may be collected anytime the player is free to explore the game map.


Bayou Fantom

Barclay Mills

Delray Hollow


French Ward

  • April 1961 issue inside a nondescript brick warehouse along the eastern shore.
  • February 1962 issue in the side yard of a brown two story house along the north shore.
  • February 1967 issue in the garage behind a two story peach house in the north central area of the French Ward.
  • November 1968 issue in an alley in the central part of the district.

Frisco Fields

Pointe Verdun

River Row

  • May 1963 issue in the back room of Baby Bear B.B.Q..
  • July 1964 issue inside Bayside Shipping, in the northern tip of River Row.
  • February 1966 issue on the second floor of a nondescript building in north central River Row.
  • May 1966 issue in the stairwell of a building behind the Louisiana Shipping Company warehouse in central River Row.
  • June 1966 issue inside the Fresh Crab stand at an open air fish market.
  • October 1967 issue inside a house in the southwest corner of River Row.
  • December 1967 issue on the back porch of a house along the southwest shore.


Tickfaw Harbor

Magazine Articles

  • January 1964 issue announces the Playboy Palmate Review, inviting readers to send in their vote on their favorite Playmate from the past ten years.
  • February 1964 issue features an article entitled "Georgia Peach" about their February Playmate, Nancy Jo Hooper.
  • August 1964 issue features an article about their current Playmate China Lee titled "China Doll".
  • December 1964 issue features an interview with British rock band The Beatles.
  • March 1965 issue features an article about its current Playmate Jennifer Jackson called "Portrait of Jenny".
  • May 1966 issue contains an interview with historian and social critic Arthur Schlesinger Jr..
  • August 1966 issue features the article "The Bunnies of Dixie", detailing many of the magazines southern Playmates. It also includes an interview with Texas oil tycoon H. L. Hunt.
  • September 1966 issue features an interview with psychologist and psychedelic drug advocate Timothy Leary.
  • November 1966 issue features an interview with socialist Norman Thomas.
  • August 1967 issue features an interview with controversial criminal defense attorney F. Lee Bailey.
  • March 1968 issue features an interview with author Truman Capote.
  • August 1968 issue features an interview with Yale University Chaplin and peace activist William Sloane Coffin.
  • September 1968 issue features an interview with film director Stanley Kubrick.
  • October 1968 issue features an interview with consumer advocate Ralph Nader.
  • November 1968 issue features an interview with Black Panther Party leader Eldridge Cleaver. It also features a tongue-in-cheek edition of Playboy After Hours, where reports of a hippy terrorist dressed in a red suit, known only as S. Claus, was arrested on the rooftop of Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley while trying to break into his home.