“LA Noire” Team Planning Black Dahlia Match?

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The developers of Team Bondi and Rockstar Games’ 2011 game “LA Noire” are reportedly teaming up again on a new game, another title set in 1940s Los Angeles.

The news comes from a now-deleted post on Instagram by Australian composer and performer Freyja Garbett.

According to Eurogamer And VGCThe post showed a video of a musical score being recorded and was described as the “second video game session recording” with a “jazz band.”

They added that they were grateful for the opportunity to write for the video game, titled “Sowden House,” which is described as a “psychological thriller set in 1940s Los Angeles that will make you question your sanity.”

Sowden House is the name of the home of Dr. George Hodel, one of the prime suspects in the Black Dahlia Murder. It has even been claimed that the murder took place in the house itself.

It’s unclear how or even if this will directly tie into the “LA Noire” continuity in any way.

The Bondi team was shut down after the release of “LA Noire”, but the team members went to the studio Video Games Deluxe which then worked on “LA Noire: The VR Case Files”.

A few years ago, the studio had indicated on LinkedIn that it was preparing for a “AAA open-world VR title for Rockstar.” Nothing has been revealed about this project since.

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