The Saints Row reboot for developer Volition launched at the end of August, but the game didn’t create the kind of excitement that parent company Embracer Group might want. CEO Lars Wingfors said during the company’s meeting Annual General Meeting He hoped the match would have a “greater reception”, he says Eurogamer.
He added that the reception at the new Saints Row was “polarised”. Wingefors added: “There are so many things to say and details about. I am happy to see so many players and fans happy. At the same time, I am a little sad to see the fans also unhappy,.”
كان لدى Saints Row الجديد بعض الأخطاء والمشكلات الأخرى عند الإطلاق ، وقالت Wingefors إن هناك إصلاحات وتصحيحات قادمة. في النهاية ، تعتقد Wingefors أن Saints Row الجديد سيكون صانعًا للمال.
“أنا واثق من أننا سنجني الأموال من الاستثمار. هل كان سيحصل [been] As a great ROI we’ve seen in many other games? Unlikely but we’ll make money and that’s a good starting point.”
As for whether or not the fantastic reception in the new Saints Row might affect the future of the series, Wingefors said he always wants each new entry in the series to be more successful than the previous one. This may not always be possible, but Wingefors said, “What you do is…assess your situation and the outcome…and there [are] Hundreds of people participated in this game in the group… I still trust these people a lot, and I am sure they will recommend things for the future.”
The new Saints Row may not be the strongest, but it still ranks as the second best-selling game overall in the US during the month of August behind Madden NFL 23.
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