Josh Wise by on May 15, 2019

Saints Row: The Third publisher promises fixes for the Nintendo Switch

Saints Row: The Third launched on the Nintendo Switch last week, in a version called the Full Package edition.

Unfortunately, it came with some performance issues, like frame-rate drops and button input lag. Now, publisher Deep Silver has said that it plans to patch the game in order to address the issues.

In a statement on the game's official page, Deep Silver said, 'Some of you have experienced some more unusual issues which we need to look at a little more deeply. Should you experience any of the below, or anything not listed which impacts your enjoyment of Saints Row: The Third – The Full Package please report it to our technical support team using this form.'

The patch will be up tomorrow, May 16, at 4am UK time.

If you're a Switch owner and you've never played Saints Row, this is a good chance to jump into the madcap series, which began life as a GTA clone.

Check out our review of the game here, which concludes, 'Ceaselessly crass and juvenile it may be, but then Saints Row: The Third has no higher purpose than to entertain you in the most ridiculous way possible.' Good stuff.


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Saints Row: The Third

on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

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Release Date:

18 November 2011