Sleeping Dogs Halloween themed DLC, maybe zombies
Upcoming DLC for the popular Sleeping Dogs game is coming around Halloween time is expected to be themed on this part of the season delivering more spooky scenarios, which could involve zombies. Due to the current phase of zombie related video titles out there, its fair to say that this element of gaming is all the rage at the moment and news that this content is being touted as scary for Halloween gives us reason to believe more undead could be on the menu.
News of this DLC was announced at the New York Comic-Convention where the developer of Sleeping Dogs revealed the upcoming content, which arrives on the 30th of October. Highlighting their plans to make this DLC scary CVG mention new missions as well as story driven extensions, as opposed to the racing content, cop missions and customization packs. This time of the year is ideal to bring out a horror themed add-ons, so we can expect something similar to that seen is Red Dead Redemption’s Undead Nightmare.
When horror is mentioned in gaming, the first thing that springs to mind is zombies, although there are plenty of other routes they can go down, so we are hoping that another aspect will be involved. The street racer pack will be available next week on October 16, and Digital Trends report on the date of its release and pricing along with what is to be expected. Relative to each platform the DLC should set you back somewhere in the region of $4, and other than the obvious this content will focus on the racing aspect with the addition of a new Sting super bike along with a new racing jacket and helmet, giving the protagonist more protection.
Three races are on offer, Kamikaze, Cross Island Enduro and Harbor Run. The first involves back and fourth through the city’s Victoria Peak, the second is a test to navigate your way across the island on a motorbike and the third adds some variation with the opportunity to race speedboats. Although it sounds like plenty of decent DLC will be available for Sleeping Dogs last month we looked at the demand for a sequel, and the expectation for the developers to expand and improve on this current version. We also mentioned how well this game has been received and asked our viewers whether they would like to see a yearly edition of the game, could you see Sleeping Dogs become a popular franchise like Assassins Creed among others?
Maybe you would like a longer version next time around? Alternatively, do you feel that the upcoming DLC should involve zombies, or are you bored to death with it now?
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