There's a new trailer out for L.A. Noire's remaster, and it reveals a rather important change to one of the game's core gameplay systems. And yes, we know this is a Switch-specific video, but we don't see why this alteration would't be implemented in the PlayStation 4 version as well.
Okay, so in the original L.A. Noire, you had three options when interrogating someone: Trust, Doubt, and Lie, and you'd choose one of these three options based on the statements that a character would make. In other words, if you thought they were telling the truth, you'd pick trust. If you felt like they were being especially shifty, or if you had evidence that they were feeding you porkies, you'd pick lie.
A lot of the time, though, it was the Doubt option that would screw you over. There were points where selecting Doubt would result in lead character Cole outright threatening someone, and this could potentially end up scuppering the whole investigation. It was all a bit poorly signposted.
Fortunately, the remaster appears to be changing things for the better. As the trailer shows, the three options are now presented with more clear wording: Good Cop, Bad Cop, and Accuse. Kind of makes you wonder how the developer ended up with Trust, Doubt, and Lie to begin with.
L.A. Noire's out on PS4 next week, but will you be picking it up? Have you played it before? Don't doubt in the comments section below.