Unlike Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, which will not entertain the PC. Square Enix has decided to release the remastered version of Sleeping Dogs on the platform of the Master Race. Which, despite costing half ($15) of the game price for those who already own the original copy of Sleeping Dogs. In this article, we will do the Graphics Comparison of both versions of the same game to analyze whether the upgrade of this definitive edition achieves its cost back or not. Of course the fact of including the 24 DLCs is a great decision, if you do not have the majority of them.

In this comparison you can see the improvements in the overall lighting, volumetric lights and fog. Also Some more detailed in the character models, changes in the level design to optimize the performance and some low resolution textures of small objects.

You can also see the results of the benchmarks below. The performance impact is quite striking and somewhat abrupt, although the improvement in the general lighting system may be the reason of little dropped frames. Well, let’s come to the main topic. Enjoy the show!

Sleeping Dogs: SD VS Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Graphics Comparison

Definitive Edition
Definitive Edition
Standard Edition
Standard Edition


Sleeping Dogs Graphics

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