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New Saints Row gameplay footage leaked online

It appears that some new gameplay footage for the new Saints Row game has been leaked online. The following video is basically an extended version of the official reveal video, and features some additional in-engine and gameplay sequences.

From what we know so far, Saints Row will have the most in-depth character creator in any Saints game. Furthermore, it will have more voices than any other Saints Row game for The Boss. Volition has claimed that there will be eight voices to choose from (4 male and 4 female voices).

Players will be able to save their custom cars in a garage. As the devs noted, vehicle customization is huge in Saints Row, with more options than ever before.

Moreover, the game will support co-op. However, it won’t support cross-play between different platforms.

Volition also claimed that this new Saints Row will still have funny moments with the “signature Saints sense of humour.” It will also still have the signature Saints Row gameplay.

Now I don’t know why Deep Silver did not release this extended video to the public. This video is better than its shorter version, and at the end it does have some funny moments. So yeah, and as I’ve already said, there have been some really weird marketing decisions here.

Anyway, my guess is that Deep Silver will take this video down, so be sure to watch it while you still can!

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