A brand new trailer for the upcoming L.A. Noire DLC case, “Nicholson Electroplating”. When a devastating explosion at the Nicholson Electroplating plant rocks downtown Los Angeles, Arson desk detectives Phelps and Biggs are called to the scene.
Check out L.A. Noire's official launch trailer, which reveals evidence uncovered on the Vice desk and hints of a trail of corruption leading from drug dealers on the streets of Los Angeles to the highest offices of the LAPD.
“Rising Through The Ranks”, takes a deeper look into the world of Detective Cole Phelps, and the various partners you will work with as you rise through the desks within the LAPD.
L.A. Noire Trailer 3 sheds more light on Phelps’ experiences rising through the ranks of the LAPD. Upon landing at the more glamorous Vice desk, he discovers illegal gambling, corruption within the force, as well as investigating a shipment of government-issued morphine killing junkies even as it causes problems for the town’s most notorious mobsters.
In addition to the original full game, consumers that purchase L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition will receive a multi-use code to access all downloadable add-ons and cases. This includes all previously released DLC from the console versions, including the “Nicholson Electroplating” Arson case, “Reefer Madness” Vice case, “The Consul’s Car” Traffic case, “The Naked City” Vice case and “A Slip of the Tongue” Traffic case.
When a tip from an informant leads Detective Cole Phelps and his Vice desk partner Roy Earle to a local L.A. drug dealer, a deadly shootout ensues and they suddenly find themselves in the throes of one of the city's biggest narcotics rings.
Once purchased, the Rockstar Pass enables gamers to download all the announced DLC for free as it becomes available on the PlayStation Network and Xbox LIVE, which totals four unique cases, two detective suits and a collectible challenge. Xbox 360 Achievements and PlayStation Trophies will be available in each of the four cases.
Rockstar Games has released a new video for L.A. Noire. This is the TV spot for the game and contains about thirty seconds of footage.
Teaser trailer from L.A. Noire, an interactive detective story set in the classic noir period of the late 1940s.