Rockstar releases L.A.Noire for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
The neo-noir detective action-adventure video game – L.A.Noire was developed by Team Bondi. It was published by Rockstar Games. However, the original release of the L.A.Noire was on 8 November 2011. But, the game was then playable on Windows only. Though, the game has a good fan following which has made its makers to make a re-release of the game for other platforms after six whole years.
L.A. Noire gameplay:
The game was set in 1947. The players play as the Police officer who is from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). So, there are several case solving happening in the game. The visual styles and themes, the crimes that happen and the solutions, everything strictly has a shade of 1940-1950. However, all the plot of the game is based on the media reports that took place in 1947 and therefore, the tone of the game stays put making the players get an experience of those old days.
The game proceeds in the third person perspective. Also, the story keeps progressing with the solving of cases and unveiling the truths. Therefore, this stuff made the game more interesting, and so this was one of the successful games for PC.
L.A. Noire for other platforms:
It has been six years that L.A. Noire came for Windows. Now, Rockstar Games have announced that they are bringing the same for PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. It carries the credit that L.A. Noire is the first Rockstar Games that gets released for Nintendo Switch.
Rockstar releases L.A.Noire:
All the three versions will contain the DLC and all the other extensions of the game. They are also coming with the superior visuals and lighting effects from the original release. It will give the nostalgia back to the players who were used to the technique of the game in Windows.
VR version of L.A.Noire:
Along with the PS4, Nintendo and the Xbox version of the L.A.Noire, Rockstar Games is bringing the game for VR also. The only difference is that the VR version will not have the DLC extensions. It will not have the full game, but the players can get seven individual cases.