2011's SAINTS ROW: THE THIRD Will Also Get the Remaster Treatment According to the ESRB
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (or simply the ESRB) strikes again, this time announcing that a full-blown remaster of Volition's critically acclaimed Saints Row: The Third is on the way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The THQ-published threequel was first released in November 2011 on PS3, X360 and PC.
Fans of the original should be more than happy to hear that the remaster will still be rated M (for Mature).
Taking into account the fact that THQ Nordic launched the long-awaited Nintendo Switch version of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected on the 27th of March, remastering its best-selling predecessor seems like a no-brainer.
As a friendly reminder, the rumoured Saints Row: The Third Remastered is not the only major project set in the colourful Saints Row world that is currently in the works, as the team at Volition is officially developing a sequel to 2013's Saints Row IV, while Men In Black: International Director F. Gary Gray is still attached to the Kingsman: The Secret Service–inspired movie adaptation of the action-packed game series.
At the time of this writing, THQ Nordic had not revealed any plans to remaster Saints Row: The Third.
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