Sleeping Dogs DLC Goes Supernatural

Sleeping Dogs DLC Goes Supernatural


The upcoming Sleeping Dogs DLC campaign will require you to use Wei Shen's martial arts skills on monsters from Chinese mythology.

Sleeping Dogs is perhaps one of the year's most critically acclaimed games thanks to its unique setting and solid city-based sandbox gameplay. DLC expansions have inevitably followed, but so far they've focused on new items, races, and cop missions instead of additional story content. An upcoming Sleeping Dogs DLC campaign should whet the appetites of anyone looking for a new single-player experience, but with a very supernatural twist. Instead of pitting players against the Triad, the new campaign will feature creatures from Chinese mythology in the streets of modern-day Hong Kong.

The new campaign, titled Nightmare in North Point, will integrate themes from Hong Kong horror films with Sleeping Dogs' crime drama roots. After a gang member is tortured and killed by the Triad, he returns from the grave with an army of zombies and vampires straight Eastern folklore. Wei Shen, armed with some magical tea and some weapons from Chinese myth, is tasked with defeating the creatures before they overwhelm the Triad.

Sleeping Dogs certainly wouldn't be the first game to experiment with horror elements. Developer United Front compared North Point to Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare, which combined the Wild West setting with a zombie apocalypse. Call of Duty: World at War introduced zombies to the military shooter, and even the Railworks 3 train simulator has a zombie-themed scenario pack. Bringing zombies to games is easy at this point, but whether United Front can provide a solid story experience to match remains to be seen. We'll find out when Nightmare at North Point launches in just two weeks on October 30th.

Source: The Verge


I just finished the game yesterday. I loved it and would jump at another chance to get into it...but zombies turn me away. It's not that I'm tired of them. I've just never liked zombies. Vampires either, for that matter. That's why I've still not played Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines.

Is any one else thinking big trouble in little china?
Also I've been waiting for some decent dlc for this game.

Streets of L.A. messed around with the supernatural a bit, and it was pretty awesome, even it it was something that came out of nowhere and had next to no relevance to the plot. I just hope that this DLC is extensive and cheap enough to justify purchase, far too many DLCs add hardly anything and charge much, much more than they're actually worth.

More Sleeping Dogs, with additional zombies and vampire? Sold, I'm in!

Gonna point out that hong kong vampires/zombies hop like bunnies.

Also you defeat them by sticking paper(talismans) on their foreheads and making them stand on rice grains


Ah, this takes me back to the first True Crime. They better have a dragon fight again! And the giant flaming heads battle. Aw, that game was so weird/brilliant for the wrong reasons.

So we're going to be fighting Chairman Mao's forth wife?

Wait, they have the opportunity to do tonnes of awesome Chinese mythological creatures and instead they're going for vampires and zombies?

What. The. F.

Considering how fast Wei Shen heals from near fatal wounds, Sleeping Dogs has been Supernatural from the get go >_>

Average game, unimaginative DLC. They should try doing something that actually makes you play an undercover cop.


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