Best Buy has outed the first planned downloadable investigation for L.A. Noire, the Nicholson Electroplating Arson Case. It was revealed as part of the store's midnight launch promotion, where the first 16 customers to buy the game will get a code.
There's no word on when the content will be available to the masses, but it certainly hints that L.A. Noire's potential. Brand new cases can easily be thrown in whenever Rockstar pleases, and I think that's a good thing. The main game already provides more than enough content, so having these extra stories tossed in is DLC done right.
Make sure you check out our review of the game, which went live today!
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