Rockstar impressed a lot of people when L.A. Noire was first launched back in 2011 for the last generation of consoles and for the PC but that game isn’t finished just yet.
Rockstar will actually be launching an enhanced version of the L.A. Noire game for the new generation of consoles and for the PC later next month, when the game will be relaunched for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and for the PC on November 14th, 2017.
With that release, you will be getting a range of new features, and in particular, you will be getting the ability to play it in a 4K Ultra HD quality, which Rockstar showed off with the release of a new trailer today.
You can check that out below.
Also here’s a description of the remastered version:
The game takes place in the city of Los Angeles, in the year 1947, with players assuming the role of Los Angeles Police Department officer, and later detective, Cole Phelps. The game starts with Phelps as a uniformed patrolman, and follows his career as he advances through the police department bureaus (desks) of Traffic, Homicide, Vice and Arson. Each desk gives players a new partner who will help Phelps in his investigation of a number of cases based on a specific type of crime. The game assigns players with cases that they must solve.
After each case, players receive a rating of 1–5 stars depending on their performance in both interrogations and searching for clues. In some cases, when searching an area for clues to the crime, players can also find newspapers. Besides reading the story, the newspapers give access to a short cinematic that either covers a part of the game’s overarching plot or a flashback to Phelps’ war memories. Near the end of the final desk, players assume control of private investigator Jack Kelso, who becomes the player character for most of the rest of the game; although different in appearance and personality, he controls identically to Phelps.