With plenty of downloadable content for Saints Row: The Thirdplanned, it seems only natural that THQ and Volition would come out with a season pass. The Saints Row Season Pass ($19.99) gets you three mission packs and the Nyte Blayde pack.
By paying up front, you save around 15 percent versus the cost of buying the aforementioned add-ons individually. This is not a bad system for those who feel confident the DLC itself will be meaningful. It could, however, get out of hand if companies use it irresponsibly and consumers don't put up much of a fight.
Genkibowl VII (Scheduled to be available January 2012) The Wide World of Genki takes over Steelport for a sporting tradition totally and utterly unlike any other.
Gangstas in Space (Scheduled to be available Winter 2012) The Saints go intergalactic in this science-fiction misadventure.
The Trouble With Clones (Scheduled to be available Spring 2012) Copy-cat killing at its finest.
Nyte Blayde DLC Pack
The Nyte Blayde Mobile Travel Steelport in style with Nyte Blayde’s blood-red, vampire-hunting sports car.
Altar Boy Outfit Innocence may be lost, but at least you still have the outfit.
Bloody Canoness Outfit Join the Order, slay your mortal enemies, show some leg.
Bloody Canoness Bike Vampires can fly, but so will you in this two-wheeled turbo-charged motorcycle of salvation.
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