PC gamers, rejoice! Publisher Rockstar today announced that Team Bondi's 1940s detective thriller L.A. Noire will be released for PC this fall.
The PC port is developed by Rockstar Leeds, and promises "increased fidelity and graphical enhancements," keyboard remapping, and gamepad support. You'll also be able to play it in 3D future-o-vision, if you have the appropriate hardware.
Rockstar claims that L.A. Noire "will run on a wide range of PCs," which is good to hear after the terrible performance problems suffered by Grand Theft Auto IV on PC.
L.A. Noire was released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in May, and has shipped around four million units so far. If you've had your fingers in your ears, pretending L.A. Noire didn't exist until you heard of a PC version, you should check out our review.