Rockstar’s L.A. Noire was a celebrated title on the PC platform when it got released years ago. After much delay, the game makes it way to all top consoles including PS4, Xbox One and even the Nintendo Switch.
After all, who would have thought that Switch would get a Rockstar title that focuses on crime solving? But, it not only brings the game but adds a lot of unique stuff including exclusive control system to make it easy to play on the hybrid console. Releasing a game after years require solid upgrades to make people buy them. The developers have ensured they offer stuff that makes L.A. Noire a worthy port that runs seamlessly on current console generation.
Powerful Upgrades – 4K & VR
When we say powerful, it obviously means 4K resolution gaming. L.A. Noire will run at 4K resolution on Xbox One X and PS4 Pro consoles. The developers didn’t comment whether they plan to make it run at 60 FPS even though the hardware is more than capable of handling it. The PS4 and Xbox One will run the game at full 1080p HD resolution offering an immersive experience.
The console version of the game includes the original version as well as all the DLCs released so far. It supports HTC Vive VR in which sleuthing should be more fun and addictive like no other game. The original L.A. Noire was released on PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2011 scoring extremely high both from critics and gamers alike.
L.A. Noire hits PS4 and Xbox One consoles on November 14th. With months to go, Rockstar has confirmed that more info will be revealed in the following months.