Rockstar has revealed that its popular 2011 adventure detective game L.A. Noire is making a comeback – to the newest generation of gaming consoles. Including, surprisingly, a virtual reality spin-off – which will be titled: L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files.

You can expect the game to arrive on November 14th for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. There is currently no release date for the spin-off title on VR.

Rockstar has said that the new PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will deliver the complete original game and all of its addition downloadable content with a range of technical enhancements for the greater visual fidelity and authenticity, which includes 4K support for the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.


For those of you that own a Nintendo Switch, you will be able to benefit from added motion and touch controls – which in itself, could be a snippet into the future. From making this move to Nintendo’s flagship next-gen console, Rockstar have solidified the fact that they’ve made the jump to platforms other than Xbox, PS4 and PC. Could this mean we are going to be seeing a rerelease of Grand Theft Auto 5 on the Switch? Well, it’s a possibility. Rockstar has said that Switch users will benefit from “new wide and over-the-shoulder camera angles, plus contextual touch screen controls for portable detective work.”


Players who will own the game on PS4 and Xbox one will benefit from new cinematic camera angles, enhanced lighting, clouds, and high resolution textures.

For those of you who own a HTC Vive, you will be able to look forward to seven self-contained cases from the original L.A. Noire. Expect to step into the shoes of Cole Phelps as he deduces some of the most interesting cases from the base game.

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