Saints Row IV: Enter the Dominatrix expansion coming this month

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By on October 12, 2013 at 5:56 pm

Saints Row IV’s first major expansion pack, Enter the Dominatrix, is coming later this month. We don’t have confirmed Australian dating yet, but it hits the UK on October 23 so expect it around the same time. The pack is included in the season pass, if you happen to have one, but will be available for purchase separately as well. It’ll cost £5.99 in the UK, so something around or under $10, I imagine.

The season pass includes another expansion which is due later this year, and there’s also another mission pack coming called How the Saints Saved Christmas. Can’t imagine what that might be about, can you?

The game that eventually became Saints Row IV originally began as a Saints Row: The Third expansion with the same title, but grew far too big for its britches and ended up a game in its own right. Looks like the original idea resurfaced, though.

Source: Blue’s News

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>Says next month.
>says coming out in October
>today is October 12… I know this, as its one of my brothers birthdays to day.

Also, the explanation of how SR4 happens is wrong. They started on Enter, but THQ was in need of money, so they fast tracked a SR4… Then THQ gets bank rupet, and Deep Silver takes over. SR4 is finished, put out, and they get back to work on Enter, but now as a SR4 expansion.

 
Nasty Wet Smear

*Slightly dated Matrix reference*

Do you think my being covered in leather, or putting out a smoke on your nipples, has anything to so with SR4 in this place?…

… Do you think that’s me whipping your a*** right now?

 
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