Rockstar Games‘ 1940s sandbox investigator is reviewing and selling well and they have no intention of slowing that momentum. Today they announced a slew of L.A. Noire DLC that will keep us in suits and bowler hats well into July; new cases, new outfits, new weapons, and new achievements are on their way.
Best of all, Rockstar is offering the L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass starting today for a limited-time price of $10.00 (US) or 800 Microsoft points. The pass provides full access to all of the currently available paid DLC, and until it jumps up in price on June 14, this represents a savings of 50%. A similar limited-time pricing deal will be available later this summer for the “Nicholson Electroplating Disaster” and “Reefer Madness” cases which will go for 40% off their full prices. The DLC is available in single downloads, as well.
In addition, members of the Rockstar Social Club (free to register) have had free access to the Chicago lightning Detective Suit since May 17.
You can see the entire list of DLC below.
- Chicago Lightning Detective Suit (Social Club only) – May 17
- L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass (limited-time discount price) – May 31
- “The Naked City” DLC case – May 31
- “A Slip of The Tongue” DLC case – May 31
- Broderick Detective Suit and Gun – May 31
- Sharpshooter Detective Suit and Gun – May 31
- The Badge Pursuit Challenge – May 31
- Chicago Piano Machine Gun (free community unlock) – May 31
- L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass (standard price) – June 14
- “Nicholson Electroplating Disaster” DLC case – June 21
- “Reefer Madness” DLC case – July 12
While not everyone knew what to expect with L.A. Noire — it plays more like an interactive story rather than a thrill-a-minute action game, with dialog, investigation, and interrogation taking up large portions of the gameplay — it boasts pitch-perfect aesthetics and some frankly revolutionary facial animations that set the bar for all games to come. If you like what you’re playing, now would be a good time to add to the 15–20 hour experience without breaking the bank.
You can see our review of L.A. Noire here. L.A. Noire is out now for Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3.
Source: Take-Two Interactive