The recently-revealed Saints Row reboot, which PlayStation LifeStyle previewed, appear to have divided followers already. Alongside adverse reactions on Facebook and Twitter, the trailer has attracted a big quantity of dislikes on YouTube, as identified by Video Games Chronicle.
In response to backlash on Twitter, developer Volition has stated that whereas it understands the totally different reactions, it’s “not backing down on this game.”
It all began when a follower complained concerning the reveal trailer, to which Volition replied by posting a “haters gonna hate” gif. That additional upset the follower, which resulted within the trade beneath:
We usually are not backing down on this sport. We get it, it’s new and it’s a shock response to a reboot like no different. The gif was presupposed to convey that.
— Saints Row (@SaintsRow) August 26, 2021
Quite a lot of followers then rallied to assist Volition, arguing that it’s too quickly to make assumptions and go judgments concerning the reboot.
“This is the biggest, richest and most ambitious Saints Row game we’ve ever created here at Volition,” Chief Creative Officer, Jim Boone, stated following the reveal. “As a full reboot it’s a return to our series strengths and criminal roots. For the first time in the Saints Row series, players will build their game from scratch and get to witness the birth of the Saints. This is only the start of the journey we’re taking players on and we can’t wait to show you all the toys we’ve created in Saints Row.”
Saints Row will launch in February 2022.