The DLC expansions keep coming for Square Enix's open-world crime thriller Sleeping Dogs. Next up for Wei Shen is Year of the Snake, which is out now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. It's another standalone adventure that you'll access from the main menu, just like the previous expansion, Nightmare in Northpoint.
After the conclusion of Sleeping Dog's main story has been completed, Year of the Snake finds Wei Shen back in the police force full time. He's been busted down to a lowly constable until he is fully trusted by the Hong Kong police, but a series of bombings by the mysterious Cult of the Snake puts him back in the action.
I only played Sleeping Dogs a few months ago, so I able to enjoy the other DLC packs alongwith playing the main game. Having another standalone expansion seems seems a great excuse get back into the game for a few hours.
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