Rumours of a remastered version of Rockstar’s 2011 crime saga L.A Noire are continuing to gather momentum.
In January a known insider Yan2295 claimed that an upgraded version of the game will arrive for Nintendo Switch, while another insider teased that the game would, in fact, be a multiplatform release for Xbox One, PS4 and Switch and release this Summer.
E3 2017 came and went with nothing from Rockstar on L.A Noire or the rumoured Bully sequel or further information regarding the recently delayed Red Dead Redemption 2 for that matter. Still, despite its absence at the Convention Center the rumour mill continues to swirl for a remaster of Team Bondi’s 2011 investigative drama.
Just a few hours ago, Comicbook reported that the publication had heard from multiple sources closely related to Rockstar that the game is very much happening, with both first-person mode and VR support touted. VR support relates to PlayStation, with a prototype already in the works for the PSVR unit while first-person mode was introduced to the re-released Grand Theft Auto V on Xbox One and PS4 following the games initial release in 2013 on Xbox 360 and PS3.
Currently, there is no word on a possible release date but it is expected anywhere between the Summer and the end of 2017 if the rumours turn out to be true.
As always, we encourage readers to take the information with a grain of salt until announced by Rockstar Games.