More L.A. Noire content on the way, 'game isn't complete'

3:30 PM on 07.13.2011

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

The recently released "Reefer Madness" downloadable content for L.A. Noire may not be the last we see of detective Cole Phelps.

"The game isn't complete yet," Rockstar told Kotaku when asked if there was more to come.

"Reefer Madness" was the fourth case released post-release. Doesn't this Phelps guy get a break? Rockstar's comment can be interpreted in a few ways. Could we see more cases along the lines of what we've already been given? Or does Rockstar and Team Bondi have bigger plans in store?

What kind of content would you like to see added?

L.A. Noire 'Isn't Complete Yet', Rockstar Says [Kotaku]

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