Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive Softwarehave now affirmed there will be four new variations of the blockbuster detective thriller, L.A. Noire, published in 2017.
Scheduled to launch on November 14, 2017 there’ll be three console versions of this game for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and your Nintendo Switch. In addition to these variations Rockstar has rebuilt the match for reality, releasing LA Noire: The VR Case Documents for your HTC Vive.
For those whom do not recall the match from as it was originally introduced back in 2011 L.A. Noire occurs in the side of 1940’s Los Angeles. You perform with a veteran and detective, Cole Phelps whom explores a range of cases motivated by real world offenses.
Creator of Rockstar Games, sam Houser has talked regarding the newest versions
“We are eager to deliver L.A. Noire’s unique mixture of real detective work, timeless Hollywood setting and thrilling activity to all these new platforms. Now with a selection of virtual reality, magnificent 4K, or even the liberty of mobile play, these improved variations are an ideal chance for players to encounter this richly detailed world in an entirely new way.”
Rockstar has verified the details of their newest versions
L.A. Noire: The VR Case Documents for HTC Vive provides seven of the first engrossing, self-contained examples from LA Noire reconstructed specifically for virtual reality, mixing breathtaking action with authentic detective work to provide an unparalleled interactive experience.
L.A. Noire for its Nintendo Switch includes the full first game and all added downloadable material, with special enhancements such as a Joy-Con style with gyroscopic, gesture-based controls, HD rumble and fresh broad and over-the-shoulder camera angles, along with contextual touch screen controls for mobile detective work.
L.A. Noire for PlayStation 4 along with Xbox One provides the complete first game and all added downloadable material with a variety of technical improvements for larger visual fidelity and credibility, including improved clouds and lighting, fresh cinematic camera angles, higher resolution textures and much more. L.A. Noire plays in 1080p for your PlayStation 4 along with Xbox One consoles, along with magnificent 4K for PlayStation 4 Guru and Xbox One X, catching the grit and dirt from the City of Angels like never before.