Saints Row 4 Summary
Following its inception, the Saints Row franchise stood introduced itself as a more comical take on Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto. As the years went on, THQ's bizarre sandbox practically became the face of the company before its untimely end. And while we haven't heard much from the series following 2013's Saints Row IV, we're likely to witness its obscenities all over again as Steam Workshop support makes a surprise appearance.
Sometimes it slips the mind just how varied developer Deep Silver's back catalogue really is, right up until two of their bigger franchises are put side by side in a bundle. Interestingly enough that's exactly what is happening. Today Deep Silver put a bundle together on steam featuring the Saint's Row and Metro franchises.
Steve Jaros, a ten year veteran of Saints Row developer Volition, has announced that he's moving over to Valve Software.
"The past 10 years at Volition have been life changing. I've gotten to work with amazing people and made friends that will last a life time," the developer wrote.
Volition finallySaints Row franchise. Not a whole new game, but a standalone expansion titled Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell.that new project they've been teasing at PAX Prime, and as we expected it's a new entry in the
As you might have guessed, the expansion sees series regular and general nutcase Johnny Gat make his escape from the underworld. While winding up poor Satan in the process.
"upcoming project" developer Volition is promising to reveal at PAX Prime this weekend will be a new Saints Row game.from Deep Silver all but confirms that the
An embedded image shows the familiar Saints logo on what looks very much like a Ouija board. The logo is stamped with a '666'. After Saints Row 4's sci-fi shenanigans, could we be in for a horror-themed entry?