The 1940's detective game stars Aaron Staton, best known for playing Ken Cosgrove on AMC's Mad Men.
According to Rockstar's website, the PS4 and Xbox One version of the detective game will be enhanced with improved lighting, clouds, and textures, and it will run natively in 1080p. That could be a big help if Rockstar wants to turn L.A. Noire into a franchise and make a sequel.
The game focuses on Cole Phelps, a new detective but war veteran who takes on various cases and solves crimes by interrogating witnesses and investigating evidence.
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All three console versions will launch simultaneously on November 14, 2017, but there's no word on when the VR Case Files will hit shelves.
The studio has announced four new editions of the game, though a lot of them are roughly the same as the original.
We're surprised that LA Noire is coming to Nintendo Switch, as it will be the first time Rockstar has released a game for the company's platforms in 8 years or so. On the Nintendo Switch, meanwhile, the game will introduce both motion and touch controls to the main game. LA Noire was originally released on PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011.
On Switch, there's no word of graphical improvements, but it will also include all previously released content and a specially designed Joy-Con mode.
Considering the fact that LA Noire generally received 9/10's from critics, this re-release will have quite high expectations regarding how it plays compared to the original versions.