Rockstar announces LA Noire for PC

Autumn launch clued up with 3D support.

Rockstar has announced a PC version of dark detective drama L.A. Noire for release this autumn.

In development at Rockstar Leeds, the PC version of Team Bondi's thriller promises 3D support, improved graphical capabilities and gamepad functionality.

Retail and digital versions will be available.

L.A. Noire launched for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 last month. It's already sold four million units worldwide and is the top selling new video game IP in UK history.

Oli described the game as "slow but quietly engrossing; its mechanics are suspect, but you can't fault the ambition, attention to detail and commitment that went into its making" in Eurogamer's L.A. Noire review.

Eurogamer's review of the latest DLC case, Nicholson Electroplating, just went live.

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