Saints Row: The Third Remastered Is Now On Xbox Series X/S

Saints Row: The Third Remastered Is Now On Xbox Series X/S
Saints Row: The Third

Saints Row: The Third Remastered is now on Xbox Series X/S. It is now free for everyone who owns the game on Xbox One via Smart Delivery. There is also a sale now for Saints Row Franchise on the Xbox Store with good discounts until May 31.

Who doesn’t need more Saints in their lives right? This is the right time to add them to these humble lives of ours. This entry is the latest updated version of the game, So it is a good idea to take a look at it.

You are on top of the world right at the beginning of the game. As the head of a criminal organization, you have lots of advantages. Just like the previous entries, Saints Row and Saints Row 2, that version is an open-world sandbox too. The difference is that you’re now in the city of Steelport.

Saints Row: The Third Remastered Is Now On Xbox Series X/S
Saints Row: The Third Remastered Is Now On Xbox Series X/S

What Does Saints Row: The Third Remastered Offer?

The polished and upgraded version has a lot to offer. It features improved framerates, 60 fps, and 4K resolution. Also, it offers the players better lighting, improved textures, and a lot more visual effects. Together, all of these additions definitely make the game more valuable and desirable.

Saints Row: The Third Remastered offers some differences between Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S editions. You can play the game with two different modes on Xbox Series S. Performance mode offers you 60 fps with 1080p resolution while Beauty mode offers standard 30 fps with 4K resolution. You can choose whatever suits you but it might be hard to choose.

As we mentioned at the beginning, if you already own the game on Xbox One, you can access it for free on Xbox Series X/S. Even if you don’t, we strongly recommend you to take a look at the sale for Saints Row Franchise until May 31. The discounts are huge, between 40% and 80%.

What do you think about Saints Row: The Third Remastered being on Xbox Series X/S? Do you plan to take a look at it and give it a chance? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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