It looks like Rockstar may be working on a remaster of their detective game L.A. Noire. According to multiple sources that have spoken to ComicBook.com, the title is a brand new version of the game that will feature an integrated first-person mode (like with the next generation version of Grand Theft Auto V). The reports state that the title will release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
The rumor first surfaced in January 2017 when several reputable Twitter users reported that Rockstar was working on a remaster of the game for the Nintendo Switch. Yan2295, who has made a name for himself by posting confirmed leaks, stated that he had heard the game was in the works.
According to what I heard, Rockstar might be releasing a remastered version of L.A. Noire on the Nintendo Switch.
— Yan2295 (@Yan2295) January 15, 2017
Meanwhile, another user pointed out that he had heard similar information from the developer. The only difference was that this information suggested the game would be coming to both the Xbox one and PlayStation 4 in addition to the Nintendo console.
Regarding LA Noire Remaster, the title is sounding like it'll come to Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. Release slated for late summer.
— Direct-Feed Games (@DirectFeedGames) January 25, 2017
L.A. Noire first released in 2011 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. It saw players take on the role of a detective from the Los Angeles Police Department in 1947 as they investigate a string of gruesome crimes. The standout gameplay feature was the use of interrogation to advance the plot, with players having to take facial cues from characters. The critical response was generally positive and it went on to win several game of the year awards.