If you’re one of the millions of people who played True Crime: Streets of L.A., you’ll expect to fight, drive and shoot your way through an amazingly detailed representation of New York City. This, however, is just the beginning!
Luxoflux upped the level of realism in True Crime: New York City and are putting you in control of the city, being as good or bad of a cop as you choose. Sure, lots of games let you roam where you want. In True Crime, however, you are the law! Pull over and search cars, write tickets, interrogate suspects, shake down informants, take on New York’s top crime families and follow a crime into the majority of the city’s buildings. You’ve got the badge and this is your town.
Enough about the game, there’s plenty of time for that from now until launch. This site will be your hub for the latest screenshots, production updates, movies, weapon information, character bios, neighborhood tours and more. In our “Street Cop Training” section, you’ll learn what it takes to carry the badge on the streets of New York City. We’ll take you behind the scenes with our developers and the advisor that helped the team create the most realistic version of New York you’ll see in a game.
PC / Windows
Recommended: Pentium 4 2 GHz, 512 MB RAM, graphic card 64MB (GeForce FX5700 or better), 2.7 GB HDD, Windows XP SP2