Season Pass holders get the weapon that caused the game to be banned in Australia.
By Tim Colwill on July 25, 2013 at 9:28 am
Volition have revealed on their Facebook page that Saints Row 4 has officially gone gold, meaning that the final game is now complete and no more changes will be made before the final version is released to consumers.
The company is now focusing their efforts on supplementary content, which includes the previously announced “Enter the Dominatrix” DLC. This DLC is currently pegged by Volition with a release date of “When it’s done”.
“This will be a tongue-in-cheek vision of what this content was originally going to be like, before parts of the next Saints Row (which started development before Saints Row: The Third was released) and elements of the original Enter The Dominatrix DLC were merged to form the glorious beast that is Saints Row IV,” say Volition.
“A second mission pack will be released late 2013.”
The post also reveals that the controversial alien anal probe weapon, which was one of the main causes behind the game being Refused Classification in Australia, is available to purchasers of the Season Pass.
“The Season Pass will also give you the Rectifier weapon as a bonus: an alien anal probe weapon that lets you launch enemies and NPCs across the horizon! It’s the only way the Zin will learn to leave Earth alone.”
No Australian information for the Season Pass has yet been revealed, either in terms of price or whether we’ll be getting this ‘Rectifier’ weapon.
Saints Row 4 launches in Australia on August 23, assuming everything works out with the Classification Board.