Saints Row 4′s GAT V pack is free on Steam today

Saints Row 4 GAT V pack

By on September 18, 2013 at 12:50 pm

To celebrate the release a certain other open world game, Saints Row 4 has made its GAT V DLC pack free today on Steam.

If you have a copy of Saints Row 4, simply find it here and install it.

The GAT V pack allows you to “dress up as star-crossed lovers Gat and Aisha and strap on a heavy machine gun and a combat knife launcher for the ultimate Saints Row experience.”. Excellent.

Be quick as this free DLC is only available until September 18, US time.

We played both the US and the censored AU versions of Saints Row 4 for our review. Get that here.

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Apparently even if you don’t have the game, you can still add it to your steam account. Not sure if you can still do that today, but it did let me do it yesterday

 

:D Am I the only one who finds this funny?

*Hey everybody, GAT V is being released on PC today!*
“Really? Wow, didn’t think Rockstar would announce it this quickly, I’m gonna…waaaait a minute…”

 

Oh.
Wow.

I didn’t even make the whole Grand theft auto~GAT/GTA connection until now.
Just grabbed it for free yesterday and didn’t blink an eye because, well Gat is the name of one of the characters.
Derp…

 
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