Rockstar Games have answered the prayers of many gamers by announcing that L.A. Noire is coming to the PC this fall. LA Noire was released for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 last month and has sold nearly 900,000 copies on both platforms.
No release date has been announced but it is confirmed that L.A. Noire will soon be solving cases on the PC near you.
L.A. Noire is new take on the open-world genre with innovative MotionScan facial animation technology to provide the most immersive detective thriller experiences in the form of a video game.
You will be solving all sorts of crime cases in L.A. Noire, with the most difficult of situations forcing you to use your intuition. In case you still can’t figure it out, you can use our walkthrough. Apart from the story mode cases, you can always solve several street crimes which can mostly be taken from the streets by answering the radio.
L.A. Noire follows the story of a World War II veteran who joins the ranks of police and quickly earns the promotion to become the top detective in LAPD. The background story is detailed in an interesting way using the Newspapers, which can be found throughout the city. L.A. Noire gets its inspiration from Noir era movies, which is detailed with all the Gold Film Reels you can find in the game.
It follows the hollywood noir era featuring most of the popular buildings and places as Landmarks. Los Angeles has been developed to be historically accurate with everything from Vehicles to places, depicting it.
Overall, the game provides a real-life detective experiences with street chases, follow-ups, victims, suspects, criminals, and what not. Any PC gamer, who has an interest in detective games would definitely enjoy L.A. Noire. For icing on the cake, PC version of the game will add another dimension to its already incredible graphics and add controls remapping. So, you can expect PC centric game.