Today, Rockstar Games announced that its critically acclaimed crime-drama L.A. Noire will be heading to gamers on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch. The first two games mentioned there became backward compatible on the Xbox One ages ago, with the third receiving over 48 thousand votes on the backward compatibility UserVoice. PS4 Pro and Xbox One X will benefit from 4k support. It may not have been Rockstar's finest, but it was a damn good game all the same.
As should be expected, the game will be updated to make use of the advanced graphics capabilites of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a host of enhanced features such as improved lighting and higher resolution textures included.
Rockstar has announced to re-release its blockbuster detective thriller L.A. Noire.
L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files rebuilds seven (out of 21) cases in virtual reality for HTC Vive. This version of the game will also feature gesture-based controls, HD rumble, over-the-shoulder camera angles, plus contextual touch screen controls for portable detective work.
The original Team Bondi studios which produced LA Noire have been closed so it's now uncertain what team is behind this re-released version of the game.
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All these new LA Noire versions will release on 14 November.
Here is everything we know right now concerning the new to the "L.A. Noire" release, and so that you get prepared for the title interrogations when it goes on sale in PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.
The game will also come to HTC Vive, allowing players to explore 1940's Los Angeles in virtual reality.
For Switch fans, this marks the first time in eleven years that a Rockstar game was released on a Nintendo system. LA Noire was originally released on PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011.
The initial rumours concerned a remaster of L.A. Noire, which has indeed turned out to be the case.