SAINTS ROW IV Has Gone Gold, Wipe That Sweat Off Your Forehead; $9.99 Season Pass Detailed

Saints Row IV Gone Gold

Hey everybody there’s some good news for all of our Saints Row people out there. You won’t have to worry anymore about this game having some kind of mega-bug that prevents it from releasing on time. There shall be hope for mankind against the alien Zin this August! Saints Row IV has now officially gone gold as announced by Deep Silver this morning. There will also be a $9.99 Season Pass available which will give you the right to download planned DLC upon release including the anal probe gun and two missions. Don’t miss our SAINTS ROW IV PREVIEW and check out more information from the press release below.

Official Trailer – Hail to the Chief #3 – Abduction Gun:

Excerpt from the Official Press Release:

“Larkspur, CA – July 24, 2013 – Publisher Deep Silver revealed today that the upcoming, over-the-top, open-world action game Saints Row IV has gone gold and fans are now able to pre-order a season pass for the planned downloadable content (DLC) for $9.99 at select retailers. The Season Pass for the much-awaited Saints Row IV from developer Volition will include two brand-new mission packs and the Season Pass-exclusive “Rectifier” anal probe weapon, which will help you, the President of the United States, get the ‘inside’ information from your enemies as you save Earth from a dangerous alien infestation.

Included in the Season Pass is the Director’s Cut of the previously announced “Enter the Dominatrix” DLC, a tongue-in-cheek version of what this content was originally going to be like, along with a second mission pack coming in late 2013.

Season Passes will be available for purchase on all platforms and include upcoming add-on content worth more than $15. Saints Row IV launches on current-gen consoles and PC on August 20th in North America and August 23rd in the rest of the world.”

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