Rockstar Games announced L.A. Noire is getting a remaster. It’s remaster was rumoured since June, but now it’s real.
L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files for HTC Vive delivers seven of the original engrossing, self-contained cases from L.A. Noire rebuilt specifically for virtual reality, blending breathtaking action with true detective work to deliver an unprecedented interactive experience.
L.A. Noire for the Nintendo Switch features the complete original game and all additional downloadable content, with specific enhancements including a Joy-Con mode with gyroscopic, gesture-based controls, HD rumble and new wide and over-the-shoulder camera angles, plus contextual touch screen controls for portable detective work.
L.A. Noire for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One delivers the complete original game and all additional downloadable content with a range of technical enhancements for greater visual fidelity and authenticity, including enhanced lighting and clouds, new cinematic camera angles, high resolution textures and more. Plays natively in 1080p for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, and stunning 4K for PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X, these versions capture the grit and grime of the City of Angels like never before.
L.A. Noire will release on November 14, 2017 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Few days ago Take-Two Interactive warned the developer of the OpenIV modding tool which allows players to mod Rockstar titles like Grand Theft Auto V, Max Payne 3.
However, due to the negative reaction from the studio’s playerbase and modding community, Rockstar Games released an official statement defending their games’ modders and thanked players and modders for showcasing their passion towards the developer’s titles through continuous mods and support.
Rockstar Games believes in reasonable fan creativity, and, in particular, wants creators to showcase their passion for our games. After discussions with Take-Two, Take-Two has agreed that it generally will not take legal action against third-party projects involving Rockstar’s PC games that are single-player, non-commercial, and respect the intellectual property (IP) rights of third parties. This does not apply to (i) multiplayer or online services; (ii) tools, files, libraries, or functions that could be used to impact multiplayer or online services, or (iii) use or importation of other IP (including other Rockstar IP) in the project. This is not a license, and it does not constitute endorsement, approval, or authorization of any third-party project. Take-Two reserves the right to object to any third-party project, or to revise, revoke and/or withdraw this statement at any time in their own discretion. This statement does not constitute a waiver of any rights that Take-Two may have with respect to third-party projects.
So Mod that only involving Rockstar’s PC games that are single-player, non-commercial, and respect the intellectual property rights of third parties will not get legal action.
Rockstar Games announce that Red Dead Redemption 2 has been delayed to Spring of 2018. The title was set to release on later this Fall, however, it seems that Rockstar Games needed more time. In addition, Rockstar gives fans some new screenshots to feast their eyes on. Check it out down below.