Shadow Warrior Lets You Wield the Wang in Collaboration with Saints Row IV

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In a super cross-promotion collaboration between publishers Devolver Digital and Deep Silver and developers Flying Wild Hog and Volition, the upcoming remake of cult classic 3D Realms first-person shooter Shadow Warrior will feature the Penetrator weapon from Saints Row IV.

So, instead of lopping off demon limbs with a regular ol’ katana, you can whack ‘em up side the head and skewer their ass with a purple dildo bat. The catchphrase “You’ve Got Wang” applies now more than ever.

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Devolver Digital’s Fork Parker sums up the news perfectly:

“I’m sorry I can’t really hear you over the sound of all that money being thrown at screens around the world. And I don’t know what to tell you other than you can now wield a giant purple dildo from Saints Row IV in Shadow Warrior. There’s your headline, nerds.”

Accessing the Penetrator will be a snap. If you own Saints Row IV on Steam, all’s you gotta do is buy Shadow Warrior when it launches Thursday, September 26, and the dildo saber will be yours. Now, prepare to be penetrated!

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