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Thursday, 28 February 2013 09:14

Sleeping Dogs gets more DLC

Written by David Stellmack

Wheels of Fury DLC released

If you like GTA style games and have not experienced the Streets of Hong Kong in the Square Enix release, Sleeping Dogs, you really should give it a look. Square Enix has released even more additional content for Sleeping Dogs with the release of the Wheels of Fury DLC pack that has just arrived.

The new mission-based Wheels of Fury sees Wei Shen get a new weapon to fight the drug smugglers. Shen can use the Dr. Tang-created new car to take the fight to the streets with its roof-mounted machine guns, as well as nimble four wheel drive steering; in addition, it is equipped with a new pulse weapon, which is an EMP of sorts called the DZS-90.

Buyers will get additional upgrades and add-ons which will be earned after the player has completed each of the five new mission stories. The Wheels Of Fury DLC pack is available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. It is priced at 320 Microsoft Points or about $4.00, depending on where you pick it up. Sources tell us that this might not be the last DLC released for Sleeping Dogs; and we will have to wait and see what the sales are like from the Wheels of Fury DLC pack before a final decision is made on additional content.

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