It's been a long time since the original L.A. Noire released, approximately nine years in fact. Since then we've had a few remastered versions (including one for Nintendo Switch) and even a cut-down, first-person styled VR version but not heard much about a sequel.
That might be about to change though as Reddit users have found potential clues suggesting that the sequel might be in the works.
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While listening to some tunes on YouTube, one user accidentally stumbled across a video uploaded by Warner Chappell Music as a topic page. That video had a description that read:
"Provided to YouTube by Take-Two Interactive Break My Stride - Matthew Wilder The Music of L.A Noire Part Two 2020 Warner Chappell Music. Released on: 2020-03-13 Auto-generated by YouTube."
The video has since been taken down and the channel removed too, but listeners noticed a few gems before it went missing. Firstly the song was introduced by a DJ who mentioned the name of the radio station as being K.T.I Radio - a station that appeared in the first game.
Secondly, the songs heard on that channel were Break My Stride and I Love New York, two tunes made in the late seventies/early eighties. This might suggest a new era for the sequel and something very different for the future outing.
Of course, this is all speculation for now and we'll be waiting a while before we get official word on the sequel. Rockstar is renowned for being tight-lipped on such things after all.