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Deep Silver Announces Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell at PAX Prime 2014

Posted on Friday, August 29 @ 11:25:41 PST by

Deep Silver and Volition have announced a new entry in the Saints Row franchise, subtitled Gat Out of Hell with a release date scheduled for January 27th, 2015.

Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell will be available as a standalone expansion pack (which I really like and enjoyed earlier this week in inFamous: First Light) on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC for $20.

Apparently, the game's primary antagonist is Satan himself, which seems in keeping with Saints Row's ever-increasing insanity. Look for more on the game in the coming weeks and months. Stick with GameRevolution for more coverage and hands-on previews from PAX Prime 2014.

[Via JoyStiq]

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