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L.A. Noire Coming to Four New Platforms; Including Nintendo Switch

Four new versions of L.A. Noire will be releasing later this fall.

Dave Karev

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Rockstar Games is ready to bring the stellar detective thriller L.A. Noire to four new platforms this November 14th. Developed by former studio Team Bondi and published by Rockstar Games; L.A. Noire will coming to the Nintendo Switch, HTC Vive, PlayStaton 4, and Xbox One systems with additional features.

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of L.A. Noire will see the biggest improvements added into the game; with enhanced visuals and technical improvements, offering “greater visual fidelity and authenticity”. Everything from the original base game and former downloadable content will be included in this version; along with native 1080p for the PS4 and Xbox One, and not surprisingly 4k for PS4 and Xbox One X.

The Nintendo Switch version of L.A. Noire includes everything from the original game, with all the previous DLC content. It looks like the Switch version won’t be getting the same graphical updates as the PS4 and Xbox One, but there will be added features exclusive to the console. A Joy-Con mode will be available; with “gyroscopic gesture-based controls” as well as HD rumble, and a new camera angle. Lastly the HTC Vive will get seven missions built “specifically for virtual reality”, giving players an engrossing detective experience.

L.A. Noire takes place in a post World War 2 Los Angeles, focusing on decorated war veteran Cole Phelps as he moves up the ranks as a detective. Set in an authentic 40’s and gritty Los Angles, Team Bondi’s accurate like portrayal of case work and intriguing story-telling make L.A. Noire a must play.

 

NerdBite founder and news editor. When I'm not writing about video games, I'm out eating sushi and rewatching LOST for the hundredth time. Some of my favorite games include; Wind Waker, Red Dead Redemption, and Witcher 3.

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