Customizing Saints Row Discovery – PlayStation.Blog
Saints Row’s customization suite is guaranteed to delight and excite: there are virtually no limits to what you can do and there are no rules as to how you do it. You get the ultimate freedom to express yourself in Santo Ileso – what we call the weird, wild, American Southwest – let’s take a look at what that really means.
We prioritize player choice in Saints Row; Overall, we offer the best and most dynamic mix of customization features that make this by far the best set of customization tools in a Saints Row game to date.
You can adapt almost anything extravagantly or ambitiously. Upon completing the very first missions, you’ll unlock the ability to upgrade your boss character with clothing, emotes, and even your weapon of choice with an almost endless number of options at any of the shops in town. As you progress through the game, you’ll earn the cash needed to keep your look up to date. Through the criminal adventures you and your fellow Saints take part in, you can alter parts of the city itself, including the Saints’ HQ – it’s up to you to take control of Santo Ileso and make it your own; so go build your criminal empire in style.
We’ve removed gender limits for players – you can put anything with no limits or rules. Our best class tools let players choose what their definition of cool is. Serious or silly, we let players express themselves and generate looks that look like their own character, someone else’s, or even something otherworldly.
You can create your perfect pattern and show your own style with a large selection of clothes. With each item customizable, layered clothing is back, so you can add underwear, a t-shirt, then a jacket, and accessorize with sneakers, hats, gloves, and even socks! Yes, this much-loved feature is also back with a vengeance, and for everything you wear, you can change the color, surface properties, and exotic materials for the perfect look.
Going further, you can customize your hairstyle and color from roots to ends. For your skin, go beyond a myriad of colors and define type, texture, and features like scars and muscles, veins, tattoos, prostheses, and piercings. There’s even a trucker tan. When it comes to your face, you can make each side the same or different by including asymmetrical face customization for the first time ever. Add makeup, scars, bruises, tattoos, facial hair, wrinkles – it’s all there and we can’t wait to see what you’ll create.
There is also an insane amount of vehicle options and vehicle toys to play with for vehicle enthusiasts. Saints Row contains over 80 of them to locate by exploring the city and storing them in your garage – covering boats, cars, trucks, bikes, helicopters, jet skis and even a hoverboard; they are all there for you to modify and customize. Change the paint, add a metallic finish, go shiny, add a side skirt and even underlighting. Then tint your windows, change the interior color, add grime and decals and finally go crazy with your wheels. Then, when you’re done, play around with the signature abilities on offer – things like crab steering to strafe the road, or a wrecking ball, and ejection seats are also an option. The more you play, the more chances you will have to be rewarded with rare vehicles.
You can also modify almost every aspect of your weapon, including its material, color, pattern, textures, decals, and even swap out the entire weapon model itself, to give you an umbrella or a guitar case as a weapon if desired.
Finally, don’t worry if you’d rather jump right into creating your Boss – eight different presets are available to choose from as a starting point. Ultimately, your boss, rides, and weapons will all be unique and recognizable as your own. This is where you really become your own boss.