Rockstar Games and Team Bondi today announced DLC (downloadable content) plans for the blockbuster crime thriller, L.A. Noire, including several standalone cases, collectibles and challenges releasing on PlayStation®Network in the coming months.
Starting today in New Zealand, players can purchase the L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass, a new way to pre-order DLC, which gives players access to all seven paid DLC.
The Rockstar Pass is available for a limited-time price of NZD$17.00 on PlayStation Store - a 50% discount compared to purchasing the DLC content individually, or beginning June 14, can be purchased for NZD$21.25 - a 40% total savings versus purchasing each piece of content individually.
Once purchased, the Rockstar Pass enables gamers to download all the announced DLC for free as it becomes available on PlayStation Network, which totals four unique cases, two detective suits and a collectible challenge. PlayStation Trophies will be available in each of the four cases.
All seven pre-order DLC options will be available to purchase from PlayStation Network, starting today with:
Two brand new cases will also be available for download over the coming months, both priced at NZD$7.90:
Inspired both by famous noir fiction and real-life crimes taken straight from the headlines, these downloadable cases will provide unique experiences for players independent of the game's primary storyline.
As a token of thanks to fans, Rockstar Games has unlocked The Chicago Piano Machine Gun for free to all players, available now via PlayStation Network. The Chicago Piano, used by both law enforcement officers and criminals, was favoured for its reliability, ergonomics, compact size, large 45-round cartridge and high rate of automatic fire. This bonus weapon will be stored in the trunk of Detective Cole Phelps' car throughout L.A. Noire, ensuring that extra firepower is always close at hand.
In addition, members of the Rockstar Social Club will also receive a free download of the Chicago Lightning Detective Suit.
L.A. Noire is available now on PlayStation 3. For more info visit the official L.A. Noire website.
L.A. Noire is classified R16 by the Office of Film and Literature Classification and contains violence, offensive language and content that may disturb.
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