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Tuesday, 08 October 2013 07:20

Sleeping Dogs to get a sequel

Written by David Stellmack

Triad Wars information coming in 2014

Developer United Front Games has announced on the company’s web site that a sequel to Sleeping Dogs is in development for a yet to be announced release date. The second release in the franchise will be called Triad Wars and it will be again published by Square Enix. (The game has yet to be officially announced or confirmed by publisher Square Enix yet.)

UFG says that the trademarking of the title Triad Wars was reported on in so many places, that it let the cat out of the bag so to speak. UFG does not go on to confirm which platforms the sequel will be released for, but sources suggest that it will be offered for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC.

It is believed that the game is being targeted for a very late 2014 or early 2015 release. Whispers also suggest that this time around the game may include an online multiplayer component as part of the game, but that might just be wishful thinking.

While Sleeping Dogs received very good reviews overall, the future of the franchise was in doubt as sales were not as high as Square Enix and UFG might have liked. Still the game was a solid offering with some excellent DLC that added more to the original game. Those that missed it, might want to take a look at Sleeping Dogs as we found it a lot of fun to play and quite an enjoyable title. We are glad that the franchise will get a second installment and thanks for UFG for confirming that it is in development.

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