L.A. Noire’s First DLC Case Opens June 21

A release date for L.A. Noire's first DLC case has been announced. The Nicholson Electroplating case and its witnesses will open for examination on Tuesday, June 21, for both XBOX 360 and PlayStation 3 owners. The arson case was revealed earlier this week. However, it is unclear as to what the price will be for the digital content.

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A release date for L.A. Noire’s first DLC case has been announced. The Nicholson Electroplating case and its witnesses will open for examination on Tuesday, June 21, for both XBOX 360 and PlayStation 3 owners. The arson case was revealed earlier this week. However, it is unclear as to what the price will be for the digital content.

Some lucky gamers who attended L.A. Noire launch events at Best Buy locations, received vouchers for this DLC case. If you were one of the lucky few, Rockstar has created a redemption page for you to redeem your code when it’s available.


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