L.A. Noire comes to Xbox One X on November 14
The neo-noir action adventure game L.A. Noire was originally published back in 2011. Developer Rockstar Games decided to remaster it for current generation consoles this fall.
L.A. Noire comes improved for the Xbox One X
The game will come with unique enhancements in store for the Xbox One X. These improvements include the following: L.A. Noire will run on 1080p, and it will feature updated textures and reworked lighting. If you decide to pick up the game, you’re in for a special treat as well. It will hit the store shelves just shortly after the Xbox One X is launched at 4K resolution.
You’ll be playing detective Cole Philips
The game’s action takes place in L.A. in 1940, and it follows detective and LAPD member Cole Philips in solving various cases across the district. The game draws lots of influence from the film noir regarding both its presentation and theme, and it manages to provide a unique premise from the high-profile publisher Rockstar. After its initial launch, the games was praised a lot for its take on facial animations which heavily filtered into interrogation mechanics as a detective.
Pricing and availability
L.A. Noire for the Xbox One X is set to launch on November 14, and it will come together with the base game and all post-launch downloadable content. The pricing still has to be officially confirmed, but it will probably cost around $60. The Xbox One X will be released just a week before the game’s launch, and this is really great.
This fall is announced to bring lots of great stuff, as you can see. We can’t wait to get our hands on both the new console and the remastered version of the L.A. Noire to try it on at 4K resolution!
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