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Saints Row IV Coming in August

Saints Row IV Coming in August

Deep Silver and Volition have announced Saints Row IV, which has been set to come to current-gen consoles and PC on August 20 in North America, worldwide on the 23rd.

A teaser trailer for the game accompanies the reveal, which is full of the same crazy, goofy, over-the-top insanity we’ve come to expect from the series. Actually, I think Saints Row IV may break the scale this time around, if this inital trailer is anything to go by.

“From the Crack House to the White House. The ball-busting next chapter in the Saints Row franchise, is starting a party in your pants this August,” says the description for the trailer.

A Saints Row IV announcement feels like a good way to end the week, right?

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