In accordance with what have we heard a long time, L.A. Noire will be refreshed. This adventure Cole Phelps this year will learn not only console players PlayStation 4, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch, but also those who have decided to purchase the HTC Vive (with L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files).
L.a. Noire undoubtedly was one of the most ambitious production, which found their way to the publishing world Rockstar Games. The company announced that the title developed by the defunct studio Team Bondi is heading for another platform–talking about PlayStation 4, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. That, however, does not end with the revelations, as it turns out, users of HTC Vive will receive a Special Edition, which is the L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files, which will be seven cases known from the original game; of course they will be revised accordingly with the game using virtual reality goggles and motor controllers. Refreshed adventures Cole Phelps will go for sale on 14 November of the current year.
L.A. Noire Remaster officially announced
And what news and improvements have prepared for us developers? Well, it depends on the platform, on which we are going to play. For a good start to take under the magnifying glass edit for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which can boast not only the full content of the basic version of the game, but also cases added via DLC. In addition, the authors looked into the artwork, which is looking forward to a higher quality of the texture or a more realistic lighting; the everything to be new “motion picture“ camera. While on the standard console title work in 1080p (FULL HD), PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X will it enjoy in 4 k resolution.
A separate question is Nintendo Switch version, which will not be different from edition for Sony and Microsoft. However, despite that, in comparison with the artwork original Visual sphere will remain basically unchanged, the creators decided to use the unique capabilities of the portable console–L.A. Noire on Nintendo Switch will do so with the whole technology use Joy–Conach (talking about the motion sensors and the system HD Rumble for vibration), as well as the touch screen. You can not mention a new perspective, which we will monitor events presented on screen, a camera suspended over the arm of the hero.
L.A. Noire Remaster VR
Statement ends the above mentioned L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files, for which the authors have developed over seven separate cases known from the original game. At this moment, unfortunately I do not know too much about this edit–the creators take on the water in the mouth and confirm that all owners of HTC Vive awaits “real robot detective” and “an unprecedented interactive experience.” Now there remains nothing else, as you wait for the first materials presenting the action in the remastered version of the game.