L.A Noire PS4 vs. Nintendo Switch Comparison Reveals No Major Difference

L.A Noire is out now on the PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. It is an old game and was released for the PS3 and Xbox 360. It was later ported to the PC and the PS4 and Xbox One version appear to be the same as the PC release. Nintendo Switch version of the game misses out on some of the improvements to the resolution but has its own exclusive features like touch screen support and HD rumble.

The comparison video below reveals the difference between the PS3, PS4 and Nintendo Switch version. It also shows the game running on the PS4 Pro where it supports 4K resolution, although this seems to be the only major difference for it.

L.A Noire is available at retail on PS4, Xbox One and Switch but for some strange reason, the game requires the user to download more than 13 GB of data despite having a physical release. This makes the release of the disc version redundant because you still need to download a huge chunk of the game, and the Xbox One version shows that disc is just 4 GB of data while the rest of 13 GB has to be downloaded from internet.

L.A Noire is out now and included all of the post-launch DLC for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. It is also available for the PC and was originally developed for the PS3 and Xbox 360.

Khurram Imtiaz

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