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L.A. Noire

It looks like L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files is finally hitting PSVR

PEGI has snitched, so it seems like PC players won't be the only ones able to play detective in virtual reality much longer.

L.A. Noire suddenly returned to the spotlight two years ago when Rockstar announced it would make its way to the new consoles and get a special virtual reality version. The latter only made its way to the PC headsets back then, but now it seems like PlayStation VR owners will get a chance to play detective as well.

We have a recent Pegi rating to thank for that revelation, as the Pan European Game Information Board has rated a PlayStation 4 version of L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files. Rockstar hasn't said anything official yet, but PEGI rarely does stuff like this too far in advance so expect an announcement about it coming to PSVR in the near future. Gamescom, perhaps?

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