L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass promo video teases new DLC cases

Nicholson Electroplating and Reefer Madness showcased in trailer for package deal

L.A. Noire’s Rockstar Pass program – which grants access to all current downloadable content for the game, as well as two upcoming add-on cases, for $10 (or 800 Microsoft Points) – has been available since yesterday. However, that’s not about to stop Rockstar from reminding you it’s there with a new video, which incidentally offers up a quick peek at the two new cases: the Nicholson Electroplating arson case, and the Reefer Madness vice case.

As we reported yesterday, buying a Rockstar Pass will grant players automatic access to those two cases when they become available (on June 21 and July 12, respectively) – and in the meantime, it also includes every piece of DLC for the game to date, including the two pre-order bonus cases (A Slip of the Tongue and The Naked City), as well as the Badge Pursuit challenge and the Broderick and Sharpshooter suits. Bought individually, the DLC adds up to $19.93/1600 MSP (including the two upcoming cases), so 10 bucks seems like a pretty badass deal – especially considering that the price of the Pass goes up to $12/900 MSP after June 14.

Jun 1, 2011

As we reported yesterday, buying a Rockstar Pass will grant players automatic access to those two cases when they become available (on June 21 and July 12, respectively) – and in the meantime, it also includes every piece of DLC for the game to date, including the two pre-order bonus cases (A Slip of the Tongue and The Naked City), as well as the Badge Pursuit challenge and the Broderick and Sharpshooter suits. Bought individually, the DLC adds up to $19.93/1600 MSP (including the two upcoming cases), so 10 bucks seems like a pretty badass deal – especially considering that the price of the Pass goes up to $12/900 MSP after June 14.

Jun 1, 2011

As we reported yesterday, buying a Rockstar Pass will grant players automatic access to those two cases when they become available (on June 21 and July 12, respectively) – and in the meantime, it also includes every piece of DLC for the game to date, including the two pre-order bonus cases (A Slip of the Tongue and The Naked City), as well as the Badge Pursuit challenge and the Broderick and Sharpshooter suits. Bought individually, the DLC adds up to $19.93/1600 MSP (including the two upcoming cases), so 10 bucks seems like a pretty badass deal – especially considering that the price of the Pass goes up to $12/900 MSP after June 14.

Jun 1, 2011

As we reported yesterday, buying a Rockstar Pass will grant players automatic access to those two cases when they become available (on June 21 and July 12, respectively) – and in the meantime, it also includes every piece of DLC for the game to date, including the two pre-order bonus cases (A Slip of the Tongue and The Naked City), as well as the Badge Pursuit challenge and the Broderick and Sharpshooter suits. Bought individually, the DLC adds up to $19.93/1600 MSP (including the two upcoming cases), so 10 bucks seems like a pretty badass deal – especially considering that the price of the Pass goes up to $12/900 MSP after June 14.

Jun 1, 2011

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