Play Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for free on your Xbox One in December
Xbox Live Games With Gold brings many interesting free games every month, with Xbox Live Gold members able to download Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for free during the month of December. Its regular price is $29.99.
The Definitive Edition is a rebuilt and remastered version of the critically acclaimed Sleeping Dogs game for Xbox One. All 24 DLC extensions from the Xbox 360 version have been integrated into the game. Thanks to new technological, audio and visual improvements, Hong Kong has never felt so alive.
Hong Kong is home to one of the most powerful and dangerous criminal organizations in the world: The notorious Triads. In LSeeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, you’ll play as Wei Shen, a highly skilled undercover cop trying to take down the Triads from the inside. He’ll have to fight his way up the organization to become one of its key members, take part in brutal criminal activities without blowing his cover and, in desperate situations, hand-to-hand combat will be his only solution.
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Features:
- A mature, gritty undercover cop drama where a wrong decision can blow your cover at any time.
- Explosive action fuelled by a seamless mix of deadly martial arts, intense gunfights and brutal takedowns.
- Epic high-speed thrills: Burn up the streets or tear up the sea in a vast array of exotic cars, superbikes and speedboats.
- Hong Kong is your ultimate playground: Enter illegal street races, gamble on cock fights, or kick back with some karaoke.
- There are countless ways to entertain yourself in Hong Kong’s diverse districts.
You can download Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for free from the Xbox Store.
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