Game developer Rockstar Games has recently revealed that their popular detective game, “L.A. Noire” will be coming back to newer platforms. It will also have VR features as well on another platform.

Old video game coming back to newer platforms

This classic that was released way back in 2011 will be coming back this time around on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. It will be launched on Nov. 14 with better visuals and more.

VR version will not have complete game

While there might be a VR version of the game, it will not have all of the cases in it.

It will have the seven of the original cases from the game, and it will have features specific for VR gameplay. This will also be the first VR game for the game developer Rockstar Games, and it will be called “L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files.”

Nintendo Switch-specific features

For the hybrid console from Nintendo, it will have the complete video game and all of its DLC content. The only difference is its Switch-specific features that will make it easier for the console owners.

The Switch version will have a Joy-Con mode that has the controls with gyroscopic, gesture-based features. It will also have the HD rumble, and better camera angles with wide views. Finally, it will have the new touch screen controls, which will be compatible with the portable version of the hybrid console.

PS4 and Xbox One updates

The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the video game will also have their own upgrades as well. These two consoles will have the complete version of the game, and all of its DLC contents. To make it even better, the game will now have new visual upgrades to make it more compatible with the latest platforms.

One of the notable visual upgrades for the PS4 and the Xbox One is the 1080p resolution. The game developers did mention that the game will be in 4K resolution for the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X consoles. It also has upgrades on lighting, clouds, better cinematic camera angles, high-resolution textures, and much more.

Brief history of this game

L.A. Noire” was one of the most ambitious games to be created in its time with a new technology that captured almost the entirety of the emotions of an actor’s face. This new technology was the MotionScan tech, and it was developed by the Australian Studio called Team Bondi.

The game was a success due to this feature, and it shipped nearly 5 million units both on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and the PC. It also gained success with the high score of 89 from a notable review site Metacritic. While it had some bugs at some point, a lot of gamers really loved this game due to its new tech and realistic faces.

Check out the old launch trailer of "L.A. Noire" here: