There are some gamers who never played LA Noire, and I'm one of them, but I admired the game from a technological standpoint. LA Noire is a neo-noir action-adventure game that was originally released in 2011, and developed by Australian gaming studio Team Bondi, and published by Rockstar Games.
After the release of LA Noire, developer Team Bondi shutdown - and even though the game was a big seller, the studio had many things going on behind the scenes that caused them to crumble. Now we're seeing Rockstar Twitter tipset Yan2295 saying that Rockstar Games is working on a remastered version of the game not just for the PS4 and Xbox One, but for the Nintendo Switch.
And not just a single remastered verison, but the improved version of LA Noire would reportedly include a first-person and VR mode. The one-two punch of first-person and VR modes would be huge, and so would the release of LA Noire on the Nintendo Switch. We should hope to hear something more concrete in the coming months.
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