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Summer Game Fest 2022: Saints Row Boss Factory Trailer

At Summer Game Fest, Saints Row (2022) have revealed the Boss Factory, a robust character creator that works as a brand new standalone demo. Check out Saints Row's boldest customization suite yet, which is now available to you.

You can create your Saint here, and now you can really have your Boss represent you. Volition have removed all boundaries, so get ready to get an extreme makeover. You can see how the Boss Factory works in the brand new trailer shown at Summer Games Fest. 

There are so many customizable options available, including asymmetrical face customization. You can go completely nuts on the character creator, and you can implement all the usual features including costumes, hair, and any accessories. The best part is, you can even use the character you make in Saints Row. 

Then, you can share your character with other players and download any other player characters at SaintsRow.com. When you share your characters, you'll even get two free usable helmets. There's a massive social experience encouraged by Volition, and you can browse the character customisation options to your heart's content. 

Along with two helmets when you share your creation, when you register your Saints Row account with Boss Factory, you'll receive the Marshall Rocket Launcher when the full game launches in August.

If you need any tips and tricks, then check out the Saints Row website and their Twitter to keep up to date with the goings-on and any competitions. If you're ready to customise your character, head on over and download Boss Factory now.

Remember, Saints Row launches 23rd of August, and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and for PC on the Epic Games Store. You'll find Boss Factory is available now on all of these consoles now, and remember, it's free!

Summer Game Fest 2022
Bex Prouse

Bex Prouse

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