Sleeping Dogs: Year of the Snake DLC Confirmed For Feb-March Release

By   /   Feb 1, 2013

Seems like yesterday’s leaked trailer was in fact legit. Square Enix has confirmed that ‘Year of the Snake’ is indeed the latest DLC to Sleeping Dogs. The story expansion pack will be released sometime in February or March.

Year of the Snake will have both Wei Shen and the Hong Kong police working together to bring down the Cult of the Snake. The new content pack will bring forth new abilities and costumes, as well as an assortment of new weapons including tear-gas guns and electroshock pistols.

Publisher Square Enix also confirmed that Sleeping Dogs will be getting two more DLC packs in this year’s first quarter. First is the ‘Law Enforcer’ pack which features crime-fighting costumes, weaponry and vehicles. Following that will be the ‘Fury’ pack which features the “weaponized supercar” DZS-90.

In related news, the Monkey King and Movie Masters packs were released this week. If you haven’t already then go ahead and download them.

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