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Monday, 24 September 2012 07:51

DLC coming for Sleeping Dogs

Written by David Stellmack

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Mission extensions & player upgrades

United Front and publisher Square Enix have confirmed that new DLC content will be headed to Sleeping Dogs this October. The new DLC package will include a number of new missions and powerful upgrades for players to use in the exciting open world title.

In addition, a free Community Gift Pack will also be released that will be the first premium story-driven DLC pack for Sleeping Dogs. More specifics on the Community Pack will be unveiled at the upcoming Comic Con in New York.

While all of the prices and release dates have not been set in stone just yet, upcoming DLC will include the Street Racer Pack, The SWAT Pack (which adds 20 cop missions), The Tactical Soldier Pack, and, of course, the free Community Gift Pack. We expect the specifics to be made official at Comic Con in New York on October 14th.

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