In L.A. Noire, when a devastating explosion at the Nicholson Electroplating plant rocks downtown Los Angeles, Arson desk detectives Phelps and Biggs are called to the scene. Was this just a tragic accident, or is something more sinister at play?
Uncover the truth by downloading the L.A. Noire "Nicholson
Electroplating" DLC Arson desk case, now available for download to your
PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, via PlayStation Network ($3.99) and Xbox
LIVE (320 Microsoft Points) respectively.
Or download the L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass
($11.99 on PlayStation Network and 960 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE)
and get "Nicholson Electroplating" along with all the content originally
offered as pre-order bonuses, including the "A Slip of the Tongue" Traffic case, the "Naked City” Vice case, the Badge Pursuit Challenge and more, plus next month's "Reefer Madness" Vice case (details on that one coming very soon).
TO DOWNLOAD ON PLAYSTATION NETWORK
Once you've registered for a PlayStation Network account you can then
scroll to the PlayStation Network icon on your XMB and select
PlayStation Store. The "Nicholson Electroplating" case is available from
the Add-On section. Additionally, you can download via the in-game menu
by pressing the Square button at the start up screen. Those who have
the Rockstar Pass will need to actively download the content even though
it has already been purchased, although you will not be charged.
TO DOWNLOAD ON XBOX LIVE
Simply go to Xbox LIVE Marketplace with your connected Xbox 360 console
and select the "Nicholson Electroplating" case from the Game Add-ons
section of Marketplace. Alternatively, you can download the DLC from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace website
and have it ready and waiting for you the next time you go online with
your Xbox 360 (requires Xbox LIVE Gold Membership for online play).
Additionally, you can download via the in-game menu by pressing the X
button at the start up screen. Those who have the Rockstar Pass will
need to actively download the content even though it has already been
purchased, although you will not be charged.