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No, the creators of L.A. Noire aren't working on a 1940s Sowden House game.

No, the creators of L.A. Noire aren't working on a 1940s Sowden House game.

It must instead be an old project that was never completed.

A few days ago, composer Freyja Garbett wrote on Instagram (which has now been deleted) that she was working on a project with the creators behind it. No Noir By name Sudan Houseset in 1940s Los Angeles. This led many to believe that Brendan Mcnamara's new studio – Video Games Deluxe – was the one working on the game in full swing, as he was leading the work on it. No Noir In the Bondi team.

Now, however, Video Games Deluxe has released their own game. statementThey say they only work on projects on behalf of Rockstar and that Sowden House is an old project. It was a VR project they worked on between jobs, and the VR experience was based on a mission that was never done. No NoirThey describe it as a tech demo, and they don't know if it will be released or not.

However, they wanted to finish arranging the music for the game to support a local musician, as Garbett's Instagram post explains.

However, it should be said that in 2020, Video Games Deluxe announced that they were working on an open-world VR game for Rockstar, so this may just be a diversion because they don't want to announce the game yet.

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