Woke Saints Row Reboot Delayed as Volition Takes The Time to Combat Online Criticism
20 November 2021
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Perhaps Volition needed the extra time to pay off student loans.

You know it, I know it, Volition have revived the Saints Row franchise with a beyond embarrassing woke reboot, however unlike various other woke entries in longstanding franchises such as Call of Duty Vanguard, Battlefield 2042 and or perhaps the GTA Trilogy if you’d like to reach that far…. their receptive failures in the eyes of the goyim who continue to fund the demise of the video game industry has been quite an amazing story of consumer stupidity and of course cancerous developers.

Such aforementioned titles were not only completely woke but also developmentally bankrupt as they were completely broken on launch, AAA publishers dare shitting out unfinished games in the current year I hear you ask? I’m shocked!

Now probably from how the latest wave of consumer shit has been received, Volition looks to make amends by choosing now of all times to announce that they have delayed their woke reboot with Chief Creative Officer, Jim Boone stating in a news letter.

“Saints Row will no longer release on the originally announced date of 25th February 2022, instead it will launch worldwide on 23rd August 2022.

Our priority is to create the best Saints Row game yet and, if we released on the original date, it wouldn’t be up to the standards we’ve set ourselves, and that you’re expecting and deserve. The team just need more time to do our vision justice; we’re doing some fine tuning and there won’t be much change in the game outside of overall quality and polish.

In all honesty, we underestimated the impact COVID would have on our schedule, although everyone adapted very quickly to the working from home arrangement and continued to be incredibly productive.

However, due to the size and scope of our new Saints Row, it’s become apparent that to create the best game possible, we need to give our team longer to perfect their craft.

As mentioned when we announced Saints Row in August, this will be the biggest and best Saints Row game ever and, in order to achieve our goal, we’ve settled upon a generous, yet essential amount of time to realise our ambitions.

Rest assured, there will not be any changes to the story or the characters or anything that we’ve lovingly imagined over the last few years and already shared with you.

Over the past two years, all corners of the entertainment industry have been affected/impacted in one way or another. As gamers ourselves, we know what it feels like to have something delayed which you’ve been looking forward to; it’s frustrating and you feel disappointed. But we also know that when we finally get Saints Row in your hands, it will have been worth the wait. It’s our absolute priority to get this right.

Keep it strange,

The delay wasn’t all that surprisingly considering for how long the Saints Row franchise had been shelved in favor of Volition trying and hilariously failing with a “brand new” IP, Agents of Mayhem.

The actual announcement of the Saints Row Reboot was met with a mixed reception, with of course actual gamers and prior fans of the franchise voicing their utter disgust as this soon to be cinematic masterpiece, but of course it was met with praise from the sodomite stazi who don’t actually play video games.

With an “intricate story” featuring a wide range of diverse characters the Third Street Saints have now devolved into a bunch of millennial hipsters who’ve turned to a life of crime to feel part of a community and pay off student loans.

So relatable, however the only real relatable thing the Saints Row Reboot will have to offer will be the hilariously low Metacritic review scores when or rather IF it releases on August 23rd now moved from its initial release date of February 25th.

Because it was quite obvious that the development process of the new Saints Row would’ve been a shoddy one to say the least, rushed development from a studio full of faggots and diversity hires?

Always ends in catastrophe if history is anything to go by, but Volition doesn’t seem so afraid to rewrite history.

Since Volition now has an additional six months development time on their hands in a necessary action as to not release a broken and woke pile of fucking trash, it would seem that the faggots that work there are more focused on fighting online criticism and giving its woke masterpiece a pat on the back rather than actually doing any work at all.

And of course in typical fashion various users took to Twitter to laugh and criticize what’ll undoubtedly be the death of Volition.

Volition are well aware of the backlash other publishers / developers have been receiving for their broken, half-assed woke releases so this delay was a necessary action and yet it’s also very telling that this woke reboot was more than likely going to be a broken horrid mess on launch granted the extended delay.

Rather than catering to their own fanbase Volition has seemingly done everything they possibly can to antagonize its own audience with repeatedly spitting out shitty games that Saints Row fans of old absolutely despise, why bother giving us what we truly want which is a proper PC release of Saints Row 2….. they now have access to the source codes again that CDPR absolutely butchered but we’re never going to see that are we, because if they ever decide to re-release SR2 you can guarantee it’ll be another GTA Trilogy fiasco with censorship galore on top of removed content in the form of the in-game sound track.

The Saints Row franchise has been dead for years, and yet on August 23rd 2022 Volition intends to piss on its grave with the release of the Saints Row Reboot.

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