In a recent in-depth look at the recently released remake of L.A. Noire, the folks at Digital Foundry have broken down all three versions of the game and, while generally focusing on how the game runs on the Nintendo Switch, the company also revealed a couple of interesting tidbits about the PlayStation 4 version.
In their latest video (which you can find above), the analysts take a look at the recent versions of L.A. Noire to release and compare them to the PlayStation 3 version of the game. While most of the video is spent on the Nintendo Switch and how it handles the game, Digital Foundry also noticed that the PlayStation 4 had a significantly beefed up version of the game running, with an almost total overhaul of texture quality found on the platform.
When it comes to the shadow quality of the game, the PlayStation 4 version also offers softer, smoother shadows while the other platforms can’t quite reach the level of quality implementation. When all is said and done, it seems like the PlayStation 4 gets the biggest overhaul of the game, with Digital Foundry stating that the Xbox One X version is essentially an upgrade to 4K, while the PlayStation 4 version changes up some of the things found in the game. The folks at Digital Foundry go a lot more in-depth in their video and over at Eurogamer, so make sure to head over there if you want to read the entire breakdown.
L.A. Noire is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.