Ahead of this week's Nightmare in North Point downloadable content for Sleeping Dogs, producer Dan Sochan has spoken with Official PlayStation Magazine about what's next on the post-release front. Namely, United Front Games has more where that came from.
He says that "Square [Enix], from the very beginning, were showing that they believed in us and believed in this game as a potential franchise." This of course brings add-on content into the equation (to a greater extent, anyway). Sochan says they have "six months total DLC planned" right now and to expect packs which "explore other aspects of Hong Kong cinema and ones that are a little more serious."
At this point, Sleeping Dogs has got to be one of the most prominent games in my backlog. If nothing else, this talk of a possible franchise should put more pressure on me to prevent that from slowly slipping through the cracks. Or maybe they'll finally get me to buy a "game of the year" edition should one get published.
Sleeping Dogs producer says Square “believed in this game as a potential franchise”, 6 months DLC planned [Official PlayStation Magazine -- Thanks, de5gravity]
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