L.A. Noire is one of the best games of 2011 so far, and a few months from now, PC gamers will get the opportunity to find out why. Rockstar has announced that the 1940s crime thriller is headed to PC this fall, which roughly means between September and November, although we’ll have to wait for a definite release date.
While the game was originally developed by Team Bondi, the PC port is being handled by Rockstar Leeds and is said to be designed to be playable on a wide range of PC specifications. The PC version will, of course, boast superior graphics as well as 3D support.
We loved L.A. Noire, scoring it a handsome 8/10. While we don’t know the Indian pricing yet, Rockstar’s last major PC game, Grand Theft Auto IV, and Take-Two’s latest release Duke Nukem Forever were both priced at just Rs 499 on PC, so we can expect a similar price for L.A. Noire.