Saints Row 2 Expected Launch Date, Gameplay Characters, and More

In Saints Row 2, the player's custom character wakes up from a coma five years after the events of the previous game.

Saints Row 2


Action-adventure game Saints Row 2 was created by Volition and released by THQ in 2008. It is the follow-up to Saints Row from 2006 and the second Saints Row game.

The game was made available for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in October 2008, Microsoft Windows in January 2009, and Linux in April 2016. G5 Entertainment also created and published a smartphone companion game in October 2008.

In Saints Row 2, the player’s custom character wakes up from a coma five years after the events of the previous game to discover that the 3rd Street Saints have been disbanded and their former territories have been taken over by corrupt corporations and newly created crime syndicates.

The player tries to restore the Saints and take back Stilwater from their adversaries with the aid of both new and old allies.

How to Play Saints Row 2?

Action-adventure video game Saints Row 2 is set in an open world and provides the player with a sizable open environment to wander about. The character controlled by the player is capable of navigating the environment, using weapons, and engaging in melee combat warfare.

The player encounters the Third Street Saints and starts their cunning plans with the gang after completing the first objective of the game successfully. Although completing missions is required for game growth, players can do it at their own pace.

Missions are unlocked by earning “Respect” points via minigames and side missions. If a mission attempt fails, the player has the option of immediately trying again. Each game has numerous checkpoints that save progress, and missions can be replayed from different locations across the landscape.

Along with completing missions, the player can also explore the area, shop for stuff, and take part in the aforementioned mini-games. Additionally, the player has the power to devastate Stilwater, which may attract the attention of powerful powers and result in their deaths.

The player can utilize a mobile device to enter cheat codes, contact friends and/or businesses, and recruit members of a friendly gang. Xbox 360 accomplishments are disabled when cheats are entered.

Players operate vehicles that have been acquired, purchased later, or unlocked. Players can also operate boats and other watercraft, helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, and motorcycles in addition to cars.

While operating either land or sea vehicles, a cruise control system can be used. On the pause-screen map, waypoints can be added to create a GPS route from the player character’s current location to the predetermined destination.

Custom Design for Characters and Vehicles 

For a price, players can use taxi services to easily travel the city. Players can apply paint schemes, body modifications, hydraulics, and nitrous oxide by bringing land vehicles to Mechanics.

Through a system that lets them alter gender, ethnicity, fitness, voice, face, and haircut, players may design their own characters. You can add personality attributes, walking, fighting tactics, etc.

Players can buy clothes, get tattoos and piercings, and create and save set outfits to the player character’s wardrobe. Players can withdraw money, swap out clothing, replay missions, and save games in “Cribs” (safe homes).

The use of themes and the acquisition of items like TVs and pool tables allow for the customization of cribs. Docks and hangars can be purchased and used to store boats and fixed-wing aircraft.

The Third Street Saints’ members on the streets can be identified by the players’ choice of clothing, cars, hand gestures, and graffiti styles.

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