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More details revealed for L.A. Noire: The complete Edition for PC

Thursday, October 20, 2011 - 09:38 GMT
More details revealed for L.A. Noire: The complete Edition for PC
Thursday, October 20, 2011 - 09:38 GMT

In a recent preview of L.A. Noire: The complete Edition for PC (and interview with Jeronimo Barrera) over at IGN new specifications have been revealed that shed a light on the features that we PC gamers can expect in L.A. Noire for the PC.

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Aside from the 3D vision support there are other features worth mentioning, also included is a wide range of graphic and performance-specific customization for the PC version. Players can set resolution, framerate, anti-aliasing (up to 6X), anisotropic filtering (up to 4X) and SSAO.

Players can also set user interface scaling, shadows, textures, lighting and overall level of detail. Full keyboard mapping is also user-customizable, and plug-and-play gamepad support is available for players who would rather use a controller instead.

Jeronimo Barrera goes on to add, "We always strive to release our titles on PC whenever it makes sense from a development resources and platform perspective. We're big fans of PC games and love getting our games into PC gamers' hands as quickly as possible." .. "In the case of LA Noire, we did not have the time to begin PC development until we were able to wrap up work on the console version of the game, and all of its DLC. It's also important not to rush our PC development, so we can deliver a high-caliber experience that not only takes advantage of the platform's benefits, but is also worth the wait."
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May 16, 2011 (PC)
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