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Digital Foundry has taken an extensive look at the Switch version of L.A. Noire. The game is analyzed from a technical perspective on Nintendo’s console, is compared to other systems, given the frame rate test, and more. The initial verdict is that there are improvements from the last-gen version, but also some drawbacks.

Rockstar revisited L.A. Noire, one of its older releases, with a new version this week. Among other platforms, the game came to Switch. Get a look at how it compares to the game running on the PS3, PS4, and PS4 Pro below.

A bunch of direct-feed gameplay has come in for the new Switch version of L.A. Noire. Watch an hour of footage below.

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If yesterday’s video wasn’t enough, we have another look at L.A. Noire running on Switch with another round of off-screen footage. See the gameplay below.

A little bit of off-screen footage has come in showing what L.A. Noire looks like on Switch. Get a look at the brief snippet of gameplay below.

It took some time, but Rockstar has finally started to show off what L.A. Noire looks like on Switch. Media began to pop up this week, and sites went hands-on with the game on Nintendo’s console. We also have some screenshots below.


TechRadar was recently able to go hands-on with the new Switch version of L.A. Noire. The site reported on functionality that Nintendo’s system offers, gameplay tweaks, and more.

Here’s a roundup of information:

Rockstar Games has produced a Switch-specific trailer for L.A. Noire. Get a look at today’s new video below.

Another pre-load option has started on the Switch eShop. The game in question is L.A. Noire, which launches next week.

You can pre-load L.A. Noire to download most of the required data and pay in advance. Doing so will let you quickly begin playing on release day.

L.A. Noire takes up 27.4GB digitally on Switch.

Source: Switch eShop

Rockstar’s support site provides new information about the storage requirements for the Switch version of L.A. Noire.

Assuming you’re going with the digital version, L.A. Noire is a 29GB download. This includes “all bug fixes and improvements”. Due to the high size, you’ll need a microSD card.