Sleeping Dogs October DLC plans outlined

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By on September 22, 2012 at 4:20 pm

Square Enix has some pretty hefty plans for Sleeping Dogs DLC over the next month. In addition to a free Community Pack for registered members, there are three bundles expected to launch during October. The Street Racer Pack adds three new races (including a boat showdown), the Sting Superbike, and a Racing Jacket and Helmet combo. The SWAT Pack adds 20 new cop missions, a SWAT outfit and SWAT van. The Tactical Soldier Pack adds the Assault Rifle and Tactical Outfit to your apartment; previously these powerful items were only available in certain missions.

No word yet on platform specific, exact release date or pricing. The Hong Kong undercover cop adventure is also set to expand via its first proper story DLC pack, details of which will be revealed during Comic Con on October 14.

Tim was pretty impressed by Sleeping Dogs, which boasts an unusually full featured PC port – check out the review.

Source: VG247

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Nice excuse to get back into it. Also “The Kong Kong undercover cop adventure”. Wish it was a King Kong cop adventure.

 
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