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Thursday, 29 September 2011 09:14

Rockstar confirms PC release of LA Noire

Written by David Stellmack


Complete Edition coming for PC on November 8th
As we told you about the other day, a Complete Edition of LA Noire is coming for PC players. The Complete Edition includes the game, of course, as well as all of the downloadable content in one package.

The bigger news for PC users might come in the announcement that the PC version of LA Noire (which was developed in the U.K. by Rockstar Leeds for the PC release) will support NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology.

In addition to the game coming for Windows platforms, the game will also be released for OnLive users. In addition, the PC version of LA Noire is being made available from your favorite PC gaming retailer as well as a download via Steam.
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