Since Oculus VR introduced its virtual reality headset the Oculus Rift this week marked the two year anniversary. To commemorate the head mount screen’s Day, the Facebook subsidiary has rewarded Rift users using an array of goodies, using the most crucial one includes including Oculus Rift service for Rockstar Games’ 2017 name, L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files.
According to the company, as of now , L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files currently supports Oculus Rift HMD’s, this marks the end of the game within a HTC Vive-exclusive title. Originally released in mid-December of last year, L.A. Noire The VR Case Files is a part of a remake of Team Bondi’s L.A. Noire.
The VR Case Files comprises seven of the self-contained cases from the first game, all of which have been rebuilt from the ground up to accommodate virtual reality technologies. Several changes made to this rendition of the game include alterations to the combat system and switching the game into a first-person view. On top of this, L.A. Noire: The VR Case documents is the first virtual reality game created by Rockstar Games.
In case you are following me for quite a while, you may know I’m very fond of L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files, also it was also among my favorite games published last year. Furthermore, if you are interested in reading my full thoughts on the game, have a look at my complete review.