Saints Row The Third: Multiple Endings Explained

Posted By | On 01st, Aug. 2011

Saints Row The Third is shaping up to be an exciting entry in to the open world franchise. The game is looking like it will be more fun and action filled than any of the games before.

Fans have been confused as to how the narrative aspect of Saints Row The Third will branch out and how many endings the game will have.

In an interesting interview with NowGamer, Greg Donovan, producer of Saint’s Row at Volition has revealed more information about the multiple endings the game will have and how your actions through the course of the game will affect them.

Well, there are two major endings, but the important thing to clarify is that you get many major choices throughout the game. You get a major choice at the end of each act, and there are three acts.

In those acts you have a number of more minor choices and the final one does actually affect the outcome of the game. There are some very interesting choices in there, and I think people will really have to think about the paths that they choose.

We’re excited about this feature, and to give you an example: Early on the game you have the opportunity to decide to blow up a building, or leave it.

You get a certain reward based on whatever your choice is. So if you keep it, you can use it as a crib and go back there later. It’s beneficial as it’s in a well-situated area of the city.

This is where you can go to access your weapons cache, change your outfit and all of that. If you choose to blow it up, you get a different reward, which is more monetary income per day.

So it’s like, “Do I want the ease of having a crib in the middle of the city, or do I want to get money quicker so I can buy upgradeable weapons faster?” So we feel these are compelling choices that will make players think about what they choose.

Saints Row The Third will releases on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and On Live this November.

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