It is crazy to think about, but L.A. Noire's remaster is almost here for us all to enjoy again or for the first time on the most current of systems out there. Not only will we be getting to play the game on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC (again) in all of the higher definition, but Rockstar Games is also bringing to the Switch and giving us some new VR case files for the HTC Vive. All of which is kind of old news, but up to now we have not had a good look at just how this version of L.A. Noire is going to look. This is why I am glad to show you the latest 4K Trailer for the game showing it all off at the top resolution the game can now run at. At least if you have the ability to do so.
Of course, none of this matters to you if you do not have the system or screen to run L.A. Noire at 4K, but you can still look at what could be with the game. If only the character models received the full upgrade they should have to make this the best version of the remaster, but at that point the teams would have had to ignore the other titles in the works that we are all excited for and just focus on bringing L.A. Noire back out to a large crowd that has already enjoyed it all. At least most of it as there are the new VR aspects that are coming. Anyways, have a look at how it all looks and get ready to play it all again on November 14th.
L.A. Noire — 4K Trailer
Watch the new trailer for L.A. Noire, presented in 4K Ultra HD. For the optimal viewing experience, go full screen on a 4K enabled monitor.
The story of detective Cole Phelps' rise through the LAPD ranks as he investigates a string of crimes in 1947 Los Angeles, L.A. Noire for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch will be available on November 14th, along with L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files for HTC Vive, which features seven select cases rebuilt for VR.
What are your thoughts on the visuals for L.A. Noire here in the new trailer? Can you see a vast difference from the original to this version or would the character models and environmental models need to be upgraded as well? Will this be the first time you are going to enjoy the game or will you be picking it up to enjoy the VR case files and nothing more? Let us all know what is on your mind down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on this version of L.A. Noire, or any future iterations, make sure to stay right here. We will have it all on the site for you and you will not want to miss it.