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Rockstar Pass and DLC Details for L.A. Noire |

Rockstar Games has announced the details of their Rockstar Pass and upcoming DLC content for L.A. Noire. All previously “pre-order only” content is now available. They also announced that two new cases will be coming this summer.

The “Nicholson Electroplating” Arson case will be released on June 21, and the “Reefer Madness” Vice case will be released on July 12. The cases will sell for $3.99 each, or you can get all the DLC by purchasing the “Rockstar Pass” for $9.99.

Starting today you’ll be able to purchase the L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass, a new way to pre-order and purchase DLC that gives players access to all of the upcoming downloadable content for L.A. Noire, available for a limited-time discounted price of just $9.99 on PlayStation Network and 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE.

Then, later this summer, look for two brand new DLC cases. The “Nicholson Electroplating” Arson case (coming June 21st) and the “Reefer Madness” Vice case (coming July 12th). Below is the full breakdown of L.A. Noire downloadable content pricing and release dates.
Stay tuned for more details and information on these L.A. Noire DLC cases in the weeks to come.

Now Available
* “Chicago Lightning” Detective Suit (Free via the Social Club)
* “Chicago Piano” Machine Gun (Free)
* L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass ($9.99 PSN / 800 MS Points until June 14th)
* “The Naked City” Vice Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)
* “A Slip of The Tongue” Traffic Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)
* The Badge Pursuit Challenge ($1.99 PSN / 160 MS Points)
* “The Broderick” Detective Suit ($0.99 PSN / 80 MS Points)
* “The Sharpshooter” Detective Suit ($0.99 PSN / 80 MS Points)

Available June 21st
* “Nicholson Electroplating” Arson Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)

Available July 12th
* “Reefer Madness” Vice Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)

Source: Rockstar Games

  • I think the “Rockstar Pass” is great for people who enjoyed the game, specially if it works for all future released DLC as well.

    On the other hand, I’ll have to agree with people who say this is all coming out too early.

  • but is it really necessary?

  • Oly

    Too early? I think it should be coming out once a week.. lol cases can be played in about an hour, so 1 new case a week, if you can get em all for $9.99 would be sweet!

  • Jay

    LA Noire, IMO, is a perfect game for DLC. I think that it’s one of the few types of games outside of racing games that would really benefit from a steady flow of DLC. I can’t wait to play the ones that came with the game, and I will also likely get the pass as well.

    The game also makes sense to have DLC. There’s a lot of missing time in the story, including Cole’s time on the robbery desk, etc as well.

  • Well, considering it from that point of view it doesn’t sound so bad. If you’ll be paying ten bucks for “unlimited” DLC it’s kind of cool. Considering how short the missions are this actually seems like a legit way to keep the interest in the game high, without charging too much.