SAINTS ROW IV Sequel Has Been in the Works Since the Release of AGENTS OF MAYHEM in 2017


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SAINTS ROW IV Sequel Has Been in the Works Since the Release of AGENTS OF MAYHEM in 2017

We're still patiently waiting for an official announcement of Volition's Saints Row V, but it doesn't stop the Champaign-based studio from revealing brand-new details on the long-awaited sequel to its open-world extravaganza from 2013 on a daily basis. Fans of the action-packed (and quite gaudy) franchise should be happy to hear that the highly anticipated video game has been in the works for quite some time now.

According to Volition, the American company's next big thing has been in development "since the release of Agents of Mayhem in 2017," which means that Saints Row V should be revealed sooner rather than later.

Considering that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic probably won't end anytime soon, it's not surprising that Volition is asking its employees to develop the production remotely, and you can take a closer look at Principal Artist Keith Self-Ballard working on the sandbox game from the comfort of his home down below.

Those who just can't wait to return to the Saints Row universe should keep an eye on Saints Row: The Third - Remastered, an enhanced edition of 2011's classic that is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC on May 22.

As a reminder, 2015's Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is now available for Nintendo Switch, while Greg Russo (Mortal Kombat) and F. Gary Gray (The Fate of the Furious) are still scripting a movie based on the IP.

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