Saints Row reboot’s wild character creator lets you make anything

New, reboot Saints Row is upgrading character creation to 11. Developer Volition has revealed a new look at customizing player Boss characters and the cars (and street-legal pirate ships) they’ll be driving control in the upcoming game on Wednesday, and it’s… a lot. Volition is taking everything about customization to new extremes, with wild and quirky skin textures, asymmetrical face shapes and cosmetics, a wide range of prosthetics, and more.

Whether your goal is to create a dark-skinned cowboy in shorts, a candy-toothed vampire, a body oil-soaked dad, or a brand of Shrek – or even is a digital reconstruction of who you really are -world self – the Saints Row character creation tools look like they’re up to the task. Volition showcases a variety of hairstyles and colors, body shapes, age settings, and genital cover emojis in the trailer above, there’s plenty to choose from for future Griffin and Justin in Monster Factory .

That same level of deep customization extends to vehicles and weapons too, so if you want your Boss to have a snow foam gun or El Mariachi– rocket launcher barrel guitar style, feel free to use. Cars, helicopters, jets, golf carts, and everything else you can drive get the same customizable flair at a body shop called Jim Rob’s. Yours Saints HQ is also upgradeable and customizable.

Check out the breadth and depth of character customization in Volition’s Saints Row trailer above, lest you be left with choice paralysis when the game releases for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC through the Epic Games Store on August 23. Saints Row reboot’s wild character creator lets you make anything


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