LA Noire developers may be working on a spiritual successor called Sowden House

Some
of
the
people
who
worked
on
Rockstar’s
LA
Noire
are
creating
what
seems
to
be
a
spiritual
sequel
to
the
crime-thriller.

As
spotted
by
a
keen-eyed
detective
on
the
LA
Noire
subreddit,
an
Australian
musician
called

Freyja
Garbett

posted
on
Instagram
that
she
is
working
on
a
new
videogame.


Both
posts
appear
to
now
be
removed
,
though
I
did
manage
to
screenshot
one
of
them.
It
seems
that
Freyja
may
have
let
slip
more
information
that
she
was
supposed
to
and
had
to
remove
the
posts.

The
clip
is
of
a
band
playing
some
jazzy
music
that
wouldn’t
feel
out
of
place
in
LA
Noire.

“From
the
creators
of
LA
Noire
comes
Sowden
House,
a
psychological
thriller
also
set
in
the
1940’s
in
LA
that
will
have
you
questioning
your
sanity,

Freyja
Garbett
writes.
“This
project
has
been
HUGE
and
it
is
still
unravelling
and
revealing
itself
to
me.
I
never
thought
I’d
be
writing
for
video
game
but
I’m
grateful
for
the
opportunity!”

The
name
references
the
real-life
house
which
was
the
residence
of

Dr.
George
Hodel

who
his
daughter
accused
of
murdering
Elizabeth
Short,
A.K.A.
The
Black
Dahlia.
Of
course,
the
Black
Dahlia
featured
heavily
in
LA
Noire,
which
is
why
fans
are
speculating
that
this
new
game
could
be
a
spiritual
successor.
It
seems
unlikely
that
it’s
a
true
sequel
as
Rockstar
still
own
the
rights
to
LA
Noire
and
Team
Bondi
no
longer
exists.

LA
Noire
is
an
IP
I’d
love
to
see
come
back,
but
it
doesn’t
seem
like
Rockstar
is
interested
in
doing
anything
with
it.
If
this
is
a
spiritual
successor
of
sorts
done
by
people
who
worked
on
Noire
then
colour
me
excited!

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