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Saints Row gets LARPy with A Song of Ice and Dust DLC

Deep Silver and Volition’s Saints Row reboot rolls on with some truly… different DLC in A Song of Ice and Dust. Time to hit the DustFaire.

The Frostlanders are besieging the DustFaire! …What?!

Yes, as downloadable content goes, A Song of Ice and Dust is truly oddball. But as goes the world of Saints Row, that’s not a bad thing… especially since it plays off of a certain fantasy epic.

This DLC package comes within five new campaign missions, a new enemy faction (The Frostlanders), four new vehicles, new weapons, and more than 20 additional outfits and cosmetics. It follows the game’s third major free update and includes an entirely new district for all players, as well as more fixes and quality of life improvements. A Song of Ice and Dust is available can be purchased starting today and is also included in the Saints Row Expansion Pass.

Deep Silver press release

A Song of Ice and Dust will be the last expansion to hit Saints Row this summer, so should arrive some time soon. There’s no official date just yet for it though, so keep your eyes open. Also worth mentioning is that, while the expansion pack adds in a ton of stuff, there’ll also be an update to download as well.

Of course that drop will be free of charge, and it looks like it’ll be pretty packed too. Included will be the new Vallejo District, saboteur activities and challenges, more customization options, and of course some bug fixes. All of this too, in addition to the new Steam edition of the game, which does have a release date.

Patient fans can look for ward to that on August 24th.

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