If you just can't get enough of Saints Row 2 and have already ripped through the extra content featuring pornstar Tera Patrick, we've got some good news for you.

THQ has lifted the lid on the new DLC package, known as Corporate Warfare . You can view all the details and available screenshots at that link, but here are the basics: it'll be released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on May 28 for $7 on the PSN or 560 Microsoft Points on the Xbox Live Marketplace. As the outline says, this extra gameplay "focuses on the struggle between the Saints and the Ultor Corporation" (the last expansion was called "Ultor Exposed"), and fans can expect entirely fresh content in the form of "new vehicles, customization items, multiplayer maps and a new co-op competitive mode." The difficulty will also be taken up a notch and special customization items (like the face bandanna and hockey mask) will be included in this expansion pack. Remember the days when if one mentioned the word "expansion," everyone just assumed that person was talking about a PC game? Well, now developers can continually make console games better and better over time, and who's really going to complain about extra content?

So next Thursday, jump onto the PSN or XBLM and pick up the extra gameplay; Saints Row 2 has always been fun, and this is an excuse to toss it back into the machine.

Related Game(s): Saints Row 2

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Oyashiro
Oyashiro
11 years ago

I don't play Saints Row 2 but I felt bad for this article not having any comments.

Hang in there!

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
11 years ago

Saints what now?

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
11 years ago

Saint's home(and I'm about just about to grab some ZZZZ's)

Beamboom
Beamboom
11 years ago

This is my favorite co-op game *ever* on the ps3, my buddy and I had a blast through the original game (twice!) and then the first expansion. I'd reccomend this game to anyone who's got a regular buddy to play co-op online with and enjoy the sandbox kinda gamestyles. Heck, we've probably spent just as much time in the clothing stores to try and mix up the most insane outfit as we've spent time doing side-missions and storyline missions.