Earlier this year, Rockstar confirmed that its Rockstar Leeds studio would be porting Team Bondi's open-world crime-solving title L.A. Noire to PCs sometime before the end of the year.
At the time, Rockstar revealed that the Windows version of the game will support both keyboard remapping and gamepads, as well as 3D graphics. While the publisher hasn't revealed much else about the upcoming PC release of L.A. Noire, it now appears it could be on its way a lot sooner than first thought.
Now the Czech site of Eurogamer is reporting a spotting of an L.A. Noire Complete Edition for release in November in the Czech Republic.
The game's Czech publisher Cenega reportedly revealed the details of the special edition, which will reportedly include all of L.A. Noire's previously released DLC content and will also be released on the PC. To date, Rockstar has not confirmed further details about a PC version of the game or a special-edition pack.
For more on L.A. Noire, read GameSpot's full review or check out the video review below.