Trailer for L.A. Noire DLC Nicholson Electroplating released

Thursday, 16th June 2011 17:49 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Rockstar has released a new trailer for the upcoming L.A. Noire DLC case, “Nicholson Electroplating”, along with some interesting facts on it.

Apparently, there’s been an explosion at the Nicholson Electroplating plant and Arson desk detectives Phelps and Biggs must go to the scene. It is your job to figure out if it was just as accident, or if something more nefarious was behind the tragedy.

Here’s more: “At 9.45 in the morning, a thunderous explosion rocks Los Angeles. City blocks are flattened and smoke and ash fill the air. Detectives Phelps and Biggs race to the site of the former Nicholson Electroplating plant to find a pile of unanswered questions. What caused the explosion? What were Nicholson’s employees working on? And where are chief chemist Dr Harold McLellan and his mysterious female assistant?”

Nicholson Electroplating will be made available for download next week on June 21 via PSN ($3.99) and Xbox Live for $3.99/ 320 MSP. It will be free of charge for owners of the Rockstar Pass.

Those of you who missed out on the limited-time Rockstar Pass price discount, probably already know that the promotion has been extended to June 21.

Enjoy the video.



  1. Dr.Ghettoblaster

    I can’t really get excited over one case as far as DLC’s conserned. But I do like the $9.99 rockstar pass giving you access to ALL the dlc content. That’s a nice idea and one that i’ll be purchasing tonight.

    #1 4 years ago
  2. xino

    I’m so glad I’m renting this game.

    the game has no build up in terms of story. Its just broken down in episodes like watching a tv show. No character development or anything just back stories that means nothing:/

    #2 4 years ago
  3. Dr.Ghettoblaster


    I thought that too in the beginning. The cases begin to interweave, and eventually, some unexpected twists occur between the main characters. There is in fact a main story, within all these little mini stories.

    #3 4 years ago

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