LA Noire Headed to PC Systems this Fall

PC gamers might have been feeling like their monstrous desktop deserves a little sleuthing action just as much as its console brethren. Today’s your lucky day.

Team Bondi and Rockstar Games will take their smash-hit L.A. Noire and deliver its 1940s flavor investigative gameplay to PC users, allowing everyone to try and tell the difference between a “Lie” and a “Doubt” (which is a lot harder than it sounds).

L.A. Noire has swept away fans (and even our hearts) with its ingenious storytelling and groundbreaking facial capture technology – bringing the long forgotten world of 1940s Los Angeles into the forefront of the industry. Shipping nearly four million copies since its release in May (while also being the highest-selling game during the month of May) , Rockstar Games and Team Bondi are hoping to expand the title to a broader audience, upping the ante along the way.

The PC version — developed by Rockstar Leeds — will feature customizable keyboard mapping as well as gamepad integration, giving the players the best in performance and experience. Along with a boost to the graphics, L.A. Noire for the PC will also include a 3D stereoscopic option as well, giving players the ultimate immersion into the gritty Hollywood underworld.

Currently, there hasn’t been any word on whether the PC release would include the recent DLC offerings such as “Nicholson Electroplating.” However, as soon as a permanent release date, we’ll surely be hearing more specifics.

LA Noire - Investigation Gameplay

It’s no surprise that PC owners will be able to get their hands dirty with L.A. Noire – especially since Rockstar has announced that sequels are on the horizon. With great fans comes greater rewards, and Rockstar knows how to reward their fans.

L.A. Noire is currently out now for the Xbox 360 and PS3, and will be released for the PC later this fall.