There’s a new update available today for Rockstar Games’ excellent PSVR port of L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files. A few complaints that have cropped up since release have been related to the way the game handles comfort settings in the game, specifically the rotation speed and the screen blacking out when walking. These were a couple of things I had gripes with when I played the game earlier this month, though they weren’t enough to detract from the fun and spectacle that is L.A. Noire in VR. If you missed the review, go ahead and give it a read.
Thankfully, today’s update, version 1.02, address those comfort issues and provides an extra level of control for players wanting to optimise their experience. One-handed driving has also been improved, according to the game’s patch notes, but I’ve yet to see if I truly can gangster lean and drive. I’ll save that kind of behaviour for the weekend.
Below you’ll find the patch notes for L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files version 1.02 on PS4:
- The chance for comfort mode to black out the screen when walking has been modified to occur less often
- Improved tutorials
- Smooth rotation mode now has three options: off, slow and fast
- Improved one-handed driving
- Multiple bug fixes
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