On September the 30th, THQ and Volition confirmed that the PC version of Saints Row: The Third is scheduled to release when they said it would. It's wonderful to hear that even PC enthusiasts will not have to wait any longer than promised to get their hands on what looks to be a magical package of wonder, fun, and kicks to the crotch. Other people's crotches obviously.
The PC version of Saints Row 2 was a horribly optimized port of the amazingly fun console version, and I would personally rather see a delay for a much smoother PC release. Hopefully, the fact that the PC version of The Third is being developed in-house at Volition means history won't repeat itself, and it's also a good sign that it'll be powered by Steam.
The game is still slated for November 15th, exactly as promised. Full details about the PC version will be available in the near future on the official website, including recommended specifications and yet unnamed PC-only features.
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