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Saints Row 5 announcement teased for PAX

Deep Silver has released a teaser image on Twitter, suggesting Saints Row 5 will be announced at PAX.

A new tweet from Saints Row series owner Deep Silver has teased that we should hear about Saints Row 5 for the first time at PAX later today.

The Dead Island 2 publisher previously confirmed that is was holding a special PAX panel at the Seattle event. Voice actor Natalie Lander is hosting a “quiz show hour”, where she will afterwards reveal “exclusive gameplay, art and details of an upcoming project from Volition”.

Volition is the developer behind all previous Saints Row titles, so it would make sense for the PAX reveal to be related to the series.

Deep Silver then pretty much confirmed that with the above teaser picture. As you can see, the Saints Row logo is clearly visible on the Ouija board piece.

If that isn’t the biggest hint to a PAX reveal, we don’t know what is.

The caption for the image was also “something wicked this way comes”, which certainly is a reminder of the cheeky element found in previous Saints Row titles.

We pretty much don’t know anything about Saints Row 5 as yet, but it looks like we won’t have to wait that long until we do.

The Volition PAX panel starts at 10am PDT or 6pm BST, so keep your eyes peeled for some Saints Row flavoured news.

Saints Row 4 was released back in August 2013 for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. It was met with mixed reviews from critics, some of whom thought the series had reached its end.

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