Saints Row IV’s About to Get its DLC Freaky Freak on in Enter the Dominatrix

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Enter the Dominatrix, the first mission pack of the Saints Row IV downloadable content season pass, has been strapped in for an October 22nd launch date whipping on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Paying $9.99 for the season pass or $6.99 for the standalone DLC will open access to new weapons, characters and missions, at the expense of becoming an AI dominatrix’s gimp bitch.

Here’s a little extra taste of the story behind Enter the Dominatrix:

The canceled Saints Row the Third expansion sees new life as the first DLC mission pack for Saints Row IV. In this alternate take on the Zin invasion storyline, Zinyak and the legions of his alien empire trap the Saints in a virtual world run by a mad AI program known as the Dominatrix. In order to thwart her nefarious schemes and escape to the real world, the Saints will have to counter her army of gimps and sex-workers, shut down her demented simulation, and make unlikely allies along the way. Includes behind-the-scenes commentary and the return of some fan-favorite characters.

Saints Row IV‘s second season pass mission pack is on tap for later in the year. Deep Silver and Volition still aren’t ready to talk specifics, but have at least clued us in on the theme by confirming the DLC’s title: How the Saints Saved Christmas. A Christmas themed Saints Row IV mission pack? Already sounds like a winner to me!

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