L.A. Noire Headed To The Computer

Rockstar's interactive detective story L.A. Noire is coming to the PC this spring, the publishers said this morning.

"L.A. Noire is a new type of game that makes players see through a detective's eyes in 1940s Los Angeles," said Sam Houser, founder of Rockstar Games. "Its unique blend of story, action and crime solving will be perfect to play on PC."

The PC version was developed by Rockstar Leeds and will run on a "wide range of PCs and feature customisation, including keyboard remapping and gamepad functionality."

Rockstar says the PC version will have increased fidelity and other graphical enhancements as well as 3D support.

L.A. Noire Is Coming for PC this Fall [Rockstar Games]


Comments

    Forget about LA Noire (well, sort of, not really though) They should be making Red Dead Redemption for PC!

      This!

      But alas now I'll have more of a reason to buy LA Noire.

      Exactly!
      They will make loads if profit!

      God damn, if they can do L.A noire and GTA, they should do RDR.
      God damn, we've been screaming it at them.
      Aaaaarrrr up and ATOM.

    I might just have to buy it a second time, damn you Rockstar and you're awesome game. ;)

    Oh great! Clunky console user interface ported to PC here we come! Joy!

    I love Rockstar once again, I was hoping they would do this.

    It it was so damn perfect for PC as they say, shouldn't they have at least bothered porting it over day one?

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