Sleeping Dogs started development as an original title, but was announced in 2009 as True Crime: Hong Kong, the third installment and a reboot of the True Crime series. As a result of the game’s high development budget and delays, it was canceled by Activision Blizzard in 2011. Six months later, it was announced that Square Enix had picked up the publishing rights to the game, but the game was renamed Sleeping Dogs in 2012 since Square Enix did not purchase the True Crime name rights.
We are using the highest possible settings at 2560×1600, including the high resolution texture pack.
This is a particularly demanding engine at these high settings. The MSI Z87 MPOWER MAX system manages to maintain a smooth frame rate at all times, averaging 47 frames per second.
In an unexpected move, Intel has introduced its workstation-oriented ‘Rocket Lake’ Xeon W-1300 processors to …