United Front Games will reveal all about Sleeping Dogs: Triad Wars next Monday, but don’t expect a full, open-world sequel. A twitter post from the developer confirms the reveal time, but also calls Triad Wars a ‘PC online game.’
Hi guys! We’re going to be officially unveiling our new PC online game, #TriadWars on Monday. Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/fPJChZsqpv— United Front Games (@UnitedFrontGame) September 19, 2014
Hi guys! We’re going to be officially unveiling our new PC online game, #TriadWars on Monday. Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/fPJChZsqpv
Wtf!!! We get an online game only instead of a full blown sequel and you say ok ?!!!
Maybe it will be one of these f2p browser games. So we can easily skip it. I Dont think SE would let this series go when they are about to release a remasters. Seams more like they prepare to milk the franchise.
It makes me sad its not a sp sequel but on the other it could potentially be a good apb. Man that game was a letdown.
While I'm sure it'll eventually come to console as well, it's pretty disappointing that it's a seemingly free to play online only game, instead of a story driven single player experience like the first one was. I'll still try it out if it looks interesting at least. Here's to goping we get a sequel this gen
Way to destroy a promising franchise, Square Enix.
It's like Square Enix and Capcom had bets on at the start of the last generation to see which one could butcher the most franchises within a set number of years.
Wait WTF?? This can't be true
That's lame, I was really looking forward for this game. Droped.
wow way to kill my hype for a sleeping dogs sequel :(
And my hopes for a sequel to an amazing game that rivals all of PS4s current offerings quickly killed in an instant. My soul is leaving....☠.... yep it's gone. Maybe Activision will revive True Crime again... oh wait I forgot we are talking about Activision the people who killed Tony Hawk, True Crime, Crash Bandicoot, and Spyro. Square Enix are close to just as bad because they kill off there games too.
Activision sold the rights to True Crime to Square Enix.
Nope they didn't. They sold off the assets they had made that would have been called True Crime but ended up getting turned into Sleeping Dogs. Activision still owns the IP True Crime but if they want to make another game in the series they would have to start from scratch again since they sold off all the work they had put into it.
If this is true I'm not getting Sleeping Dogs on PS4. Square can screw off. Bad enough they got my money when I bought the PS3 and PC version.
Good thing GTA V is coming to the PC and next gen consoles
if this is true (and it's not just a spin off) i'm extremely disapointed, i loved sleepin dogs and i wanted a true next gen open world sequel, the plague that has become online gaming is affecting more and more my gaming life, i used to absolutely adore my single player and now all i get constantly is mediocre multiplayer......
WHAT?! And people wonder why Square Enix is going Bankrupt... They did the same stupidity with Deus Ex.
Unnecessary move Enix...
It could be better than GTA Online, so why not?
PC only? Is it just going to be a nonsense facebook game or should I order a graphics card?
Damn, why can't it be Sleeping Dogs 2? What a shame :(
I've hyped up Sleeping Dogs to anyone that will listen but this... eh.
they got me hyped for ff now I get this disappointing news........
Fuck you square Enid I wanted sleeping dogs 2 a great single player game with arkham like combat this is a shit idea
did anyone play the first game? i remember the promise they made before release "The open world of GTA, The driving of Need for Speed, and the combat of Arkham whichever" yeah the combat was ok and it was the best part, the driving was total shit.. like the worst fucking driving i've ever experienced in any game EVER. and the "gta like open world" is smaller and more bland than any game i've ever played haha, seriously though it was a horrible game. so anything they do at this point could only be an improvement
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