'LA Noire' is coming to the Nintendo Switch.

LA Noire screengrab

LA Noire screengrab

Rockstar Games - who are known for making the popular franchises 'Grand Theft Auto' and 'Red Dead Redemption' - have announced their first game for the new hybrid console will be an enhanced version of the 2011 detective game, which is expected to land on the system on November 14.

The Switch edition of the title will include the full original game plus all the previously released expansion packs, as well as Switch exclusive gesture-based controls for characters within the game, which are accessible using the system's Joy-Cons.

There will also be "contextual touch-screen controls" for when playing the game in the console's portable mode, as well as all new HD rumble and improved camera angles.

'LA Noire' isn't only coming to the Switch, though, as Rockstar previously revealed the title - which was originally available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows - will be getting a remastered release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as a VR release for the HTC Vive.

Meanwhile, the decision to put the game on the Nintendo Switch comes as Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Rockstar's parent company Take Two, said in May that he believes in the console after its "successful launch".

He said: "We believe in it. We see it the way [Nintendo does]; it's been a very successful launch. It remains to be seen how it does, but we're excited about it. Assuming there is an installed base, we'll be there. Not with all of our titles, but selectively."