Saints Row 4 DLC expands your crew with internet celebrities

Saints Row 4

By on December 6, 2013 at 8:52 am

It turns out Volition are really big fans of Anthony and Ashly Burch, because they’ve decided to immortalise them in the dildo-swinging, dubstep-banging simulator Saints Row 4. In a post on the Burch’s blog, Anthony claims the DLC came about after a conversation the pair had with Volition developers at PAX and E3.

“Basically, we met a bunch of cool guys from Volition at PAX and E3 and geeked out at them every chance we could get. Anybody who follows our show knows we are big fans of the Saints Row games,” Anthony wrote. “Then, at some point after we parted ways, some dudes at Volition thought it might be cool to do a Hey Ash pack. “We were talking about stuff we could do,” one of them told me, “and somebody suggested a Hey Ash pack and our producer turned around in his chair, deleted what we’d previously slated for December, and just said, ‘I typed it in the spreadsheet. We’re doing that now.’”

All of the dialogue was reportedly written by Volition. Is this a cool thing? I have no idea, but then I studiously avoid things on YouTube like this because I’m too busy working and not actually relaxing. It’s great that Volition are prepared to go to such lengths to satisfy fans though, so if you’re a huge fan of Saints Row 4 you should probably reward them for their efforts by throwing a few dollars their way.

Source: Thanks, VG24/7

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