The first major update from Saints Row is coming to an end in November, and it's one major bughunt

The first major update from Saints Row is coming to an end in November, and it's one major bughunt

The Saints Row reboot will be redesigned for its first time next month, but they do not anticipate any additional features to play with. Devs Volition insist these are just focused on hunting down and squashing the games many bugs. While Volition warn this means they are not at the stage where they may be talking about roadmaps and expansions, they are at least developing a free cosmetic pack this week that includes some boots that look like bananas.

The first major update for the games is expected to arrive in late November, and Volition hopes to include more than 200 bug fixes. They are concentrating on keeping Saints Row stable, along with zhuzhing up its challenges and co-op. Right now, we need to do something more, but we want to make improvements more efficiently.

Volition anticipates to continue adding additional features beyond that with input from player feedback in November, which includes less repetition in activities, more rewarding challenges, improved vehicle management, and improved rumble for controllers. In 2023, Volition will offer free updates with new areas for Santo Ileso.

Alice Bee had a lot of fun with the game for her Saints Row review, but she felt it was all a bit meh. It''s easy to find that it''s 1am and you''ve been playing Saints Row for eight hours without pause. It''s just that most of it then slides off your hippocampus, which is undistinguishable from a sort of ur-gaming experience. It''s not exactly Saints Row, but it''s not exactly its own thing.

Saints Row is on the Epic Games Store for 50/$60. Here are some information about the games'' autumn update.

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