L.A. Noire 'Complete Edition' and PC Version Possibly Slated for November
I'm sure many of you have heard about L.A. Noire, the latest game from Rockstar that has you playing on the good side of the law as a detective in 1947 Los Angeles. You may have also heard that the developer, Team Bondi, has recently hit some troubled times and even entered administration, which basically means the studio is going to close. L.A. Noire is still owned by Rockstar, so any issues affecting Team Bondi won't affect any future versions of the game. We know that a PC version of L.A. Noire is coming out, but not when. However, it seems we now have a date as well as mention of a "Complete Edition" that will supposedly launch this November. Nothing is confirmed from Rockstar yet, but Eurogamer Czech spotted mention of L.A. Noire Complete Edition and the PC version as launching in November. The Complete Edition should be similar to the Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition and upcoming Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition, where L.A. Noire gets rereleased with all the current DLC already included in the game.
Nothing is official just yet, but once we get some concrete information, we'll let you know.