PC gamers rejoice! Rockstar has confirmed that L.A. Noire is coming to PC this fall. Previously available only on the PS3 and Xbox 360, the hit detective game will get some enhancements for its computer debut including keyboard remapping and 3D support. This news comes on the heels of Rockstar revealing that it has sold 4 million copies of the game since its debut on May 17, 2011. An impressive feat for a brand new series.
L.A. Noire puts you in the role of a detective in the 1940s, paying homage to classic detective movies. The game has been critically acclaimed for its mix of open world and detective gameplay. Thanks to an advanced facial animation system, character facial animation is much quicker and more realistic than any game we’ve seen allowing you to actually read people and attempt to determine if they’re lying as you interview them. We gave L.A. Noire a 9 out of 10 when we reviewed it for the PlayStation 3.
We’re hoping that the game becomes available on PC platforms like Steam as well.
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