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There are multiple Multiplayer modes in Saints Row.

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OverviewEdit

Saints Row has a variety of multiplayer modes, including: Co-op, Gangsta Brawl, Team Gangsta Brawl, Big Ass Chains, Team Big Ass Chains, Blinged Out Ride, and Protect Tha Pimp. Co-op supports two players, while all other modes support up to twelve players.

The Co-Op missions are newly-crafted multiplayer missions and not the missions available from the single-player campaign. In this game it is not possible to play storyline missions or activities, or to explore Stilwater in Co-op.

A System Link cable can be used to play offline without being connected to Xbox Live.

Your Xbox Live character is separate from your Offline Character, and you have to earn cash from multiplayer matches to purchase customization items such as clothing and tattoos.

On Xbox Live you can also join Gangs (or create your own) and participate on the Leaderboards.

LobbyEdit

The lobby area is a small warehouse interior.

The Lobby is the interactive waiting room you're placed in once you've selected a match. In the Lobby, you can test out your weapons and controls without consequences. The Lobby HUD displays the details of the Match you are about to play.
Keep in mind that in online play the D-Pad has a different function than it does in single player.
Pressing the up button allows you to quickly cycle through the last three weapons you selected.
Pressing left or right allows you to taunt your enemies.
Pressing and holding the down button lets you eat a burger. So long as you are holding down the down button you will regenerate health, however the longer you are holding down the button the longer you are vulnerable to enemy attacks.
— In-game description

Co-opEdit

There are two Co-op missions (and an additional DLC one), each in a custom map area with a different objective.

There are two difficulty levels for each mission, Gangster (easy) and Kingpin (hard).

There are no custom settings for Co-op. In both missions, health regeneration is limited, only refilling to one third, and it is not possible to eat food.

TurbulenceEdit

Turbulence is a Co-op Mode. In this Mode the cops have ambushed you and your ally as you return to Stilwater from an overseas drug deal. You must fight your way out of the airport. If you are able to complete the goal before either player loses their last life, you beat the match. In Co-op you cannot regenerate health.
— In-game description

This level, also known as "Gauntlet", takes place inside the Wardill Airport interior, which is available during normal gameplay, but is very similar to the interior in Saints Row 2.

The goal is to move from one end of the airport to the other, which is full of cops and SWAT who are armed with pistols, shotguns, rifles and grenades.

There are 4 lives shared between players, so if one player dies 4 times, the game will end. Players start off with a single pistol. Due to the restriction on health regeneration and lack of food, this mission is significantly harder than any single player mission.

  • The "Bulletproof" Achievement is unlocked after completing Turbulence at the highest difficulty level.

Mob RuleEdit

Mob Rule is a Co-op mode. In this mode you and your ally are transporting a drug shipment when a riot breaks out. You need to take the boxes filled with drugs and get them to a fortified warehouse on the other end of town. If you are able to complete the goal before both players lose their last life, you beat the match. In Co-op you cannot regenerate health.
— In-game description

This level, also known as "Delivery", takes place in a custom exterior section, although building the players start in appears to be based on TeeNAy.

The goal is to deliver two boxes to a secure warehouse, through streets filled with Vice Kings. The boxes can be put down and picked back up at any time, with a 30 second countdown for the boxes to return to the spawning point. Either player can pick up either box, making it possible for one player to "juggle" the boxes to keep them from disappearing in the event that one player dies.

This mode does not have a limit on lives or time, and players begin with multiple weapons, including Pipe Bombs, making it significantly easier than the Turbulence mission.

  • The "Errand Boy" Achievement is unlocked after completing Mob Rule at the highest difficulty level.

HeistEdit

Designed for co-op, Heist takes place in a bank. In this mode you and your ally have been caught in the act of robbing a bank. You must open the vault via three key locations, grab the cash, and escape... all while being attacked by the relentless Stilwater PD.
— In-game description

This level, also known as "Stayin Alive", was included in the The Gankster Pack DLC.

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Gangsta BrawlEdit

Gangsta Brawl (GB) can be played as either a Team or Individual Game in which the goal is to kill as many of the opposing players as you can.
The GB HUD displays the current Leader's score, your score, as well as the time remaining in the match.
The Team or Player with the highest score at the end of the match is the winner.
— In-game description

Gangsta Brawl is a deathmatch style mode. There are multiple weapons and vehicles placed around the map.

Customize SettingsEdit

  • Time of Day: Day, Night, Dusk, Dawn (Outdoor Maps only)
  • Weather: Clear Skies, Partly Cloudy, Light Rain, Medium Rain, Heavy Rain, Overcast, Thunderstorm (Outdoor Maps only)
  • Weapons: Varies per Map (The Corner: 6; Hotwired: 11; The Ultor Dome: 8)
  • Vehicles: Varies per Map (The Corner: 0; Hotwired: 4; The Ultor Dome: 1)
  • Game Time: Off or 1-60 minutes (1 minute increments, default: 10 minutes)
  • Score Limit: Off or 5-100 points (5 point increments, default: 20 for Individual, 40 for Team)

MapsEdit

The Corner
The Corner is a 4 way intersection. There are 4 main open buildings, one on each corner, which have multiple stories and interior rooms, with accessible rooftops with bridges to other buildings. There are multiple entrances to each building, and accessible alleys behind the buildings.
Hotwired
Hotwired is a parking garage only, with a small fenced area around the outside, with locked gates. It is not possible to get over the fence.
There are vehicles on each level of the parking garage.
The Ultor Dome
Takes place within the Ultor Dome. Unlike during Demolition Derby, it is possible to access the seating area.
There are multiple raised sections, with three raised bridges across them and many large pipes scattered around the arena. There are multiple Quotas available to drive.
Industrial (DLC)
Originally available in the Industrial Map Pack, no longer obtainable. This fast paced level takes place in an abandoned factory.

Big Ass ChainsEdit

Big Ass Chains (BAC) can be played either as a team or individual game in which the goal is to score the most points by dropping off chains.
Whenever a player dies, they drop a chain. If an opponent walks over the chain, that chain is added to their total. The number of chains held by a person is indicated by a number over their head. If you walk over your own chain, or in a team game, if someone on the same team walks over the chain, the chain is removed, but it doesn't add to your total.
Once you have picked up an enemy's chain, you can drop it off at the drop-off location, which is indicated on your mini map. You score points based on how many chains you have on you when you drop them off. The more chains you have (to a maximum of ten), the more points you score. Be careful, if you die while holding multiple chains you will drop them all. The drop-off location changes periodicallly.
The BAC HUD displays the point totals for the teams or players, the number of chains you're carrying and the amount of time before the drop-off point changes location, and the amount of time left in the match.
The team (or player) that reaches the score limit is the winner.
— In-game description

Players must collect chains by killing people, and then depositing them for points. A bonus is awarded for delivering more chains at once.

Customize SettingsEdit

  • Time of Day: Day, Night, Dusk, Dawn (Outdoor Maps only)
  • Weather: Clear Skies, Partly Cloudy, Light Rain, Medium Rain, Heavy Rain, Overcast, Thunderstorm (Outdoor Maps only)
  • Weapons: Varies per Map (The Corner: 6; Hotwired: 11; The Ultor Dome: 8)
  • Vehicles: Varies per Map (The Corner: 0; Hotwired: 4; The Ultor Dome: 1)
  • Game Time: Off or 1-60 minutes (1 minute increments, default: 10 minutes)
  • Score Limit: Off or 50-1000 points (50 point increments, default: 250 points for Individual, 400 points for Team)
  • Drop-off Time: Off or 30 seconds to 5 minutes (30 second increments, default: 2 minutes)
  • Drop-off Score: Off or 10-200 points (10 point increments, default: Off)

Drop-off Time and Drop-off Score are an either/or situation. If you turn one on, the other automatically turns off.

MapsEdit

The same Gangsta Brawl maps are available for Big Ass Chains.

Blinged Out RideEdit

Blinged Out Ride (BOR) is a Team Game in which the goal is to create the flashiest car.
Each team is given a car at the start of the Match. The team car's health, its current Bling level, how much money is needed for your next upgrade and the time remaining in the match are all displayed on the HUD.
You earn money for killing rival Gang members, picking up Chains that appear on the streets and taking them to the drop-off location, or destroying the other team's car. Once you have earned enough money to upgrade your team car, drive it to the Chop Shop, which is indicated on the mini map. Doing so will upgrade your team car to the next level...but be careful, if the rival team destroys your team's car, its Bling level will drop by one.
Once your team car has been upgraded to level 4, drive it to the victory area and protect it for set duration to win.
If neither team has won the game by the time the counter reaches zero, the team with the highest level car wins. If both teams are tied, the game enters sudden death. In sudden death, the first team to either destroy their opponent's car or level up their own wins the match.
NOTE: Your car can not be destroyed while parked at your starting garage. There are two exceptions to this rule:
A: Once your team car has reached level 4 it can always be destroyed
B: Once the game is in sudden death your car can always be destroyed.
— In-game description

Blinged Out Ride is a team based game where two teams must raise enough money from killing opponents and collecting chains to upgrade the team's vehicle several times in the Chop Shop.

  • The "Xzibitionist" Achievement is unlocked after getting the team car to level 4 a total of 50 times in ranked matches.

Customize SettingsEdit

  • Time of Day: Day, Night, Dusk, Dawn (Outdoor Maps only)
  • Weather: Clear Skies, Partly Cloudy, Light Rain, Medium Rain, Heavy Rain, Overcast, Thunderstorm (Outdoor Maps only)
  • Weapons: Varies per Map (The Barrio: 6; Hustlin': 6; The Ultor Dome: 6)
  • Vehicles: Varies per Map (The Barrio: 3; Hustlin': 6; The Ultor Dome: 0)
  • Game Time: Off or 1-60 minutes (1 minute increments, default: 20 minutes)
  • Victory Time: Off or 30 seconds to 5 minutes (30 second increments, default: 5 minutes)
  • Allow Extra Cars: On, Off

MapsEdit

The Barrio
The Barrio takes place in a large parking garage.
Hustlin'
Hustlin' places the opposing bases dangerously close to each other, but the cash drops and final display location are further away.
The Ultor Dome
The Ultor Dome (different from the map available in Gangsta Brawl) is another level that takes place in the arena, however this time some of the debris has been moved to facilitate vehicle combat.

Protect Tha PimpEdit

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Protect Tha Pimp is a team based game, in which one team must escort the pimp to a destination point, while the other team must kill the pimp or prevent their opponents from reaching this point.

GangsEdit

The Gangs Tab allows you to form a new Gang or join one, if invited, for online play. If you are already in a Gang, you can view information about it on this Tab as well as set up Gang Matches.

If you do not belong to a Gang, you can either create one or join an existing one if you have been invited. When creating a Gang you can choose your name, tag, url, and motto.

The name of your Gang will be shown on all leaderboards.

Your Gang's Tag is a prefix that will go before the names of all gang members so other players can recognize it. For instance, if your name is "John Doe" and your tag is "187" your name will appear as "187 John Doe".

The url is a web address you want your gang members to visit, for instance a website dedicated to your gang.

The motto is a tag line that sums up what your gang is about to other people. For instance "The toughest crew in Stilwater".

Once you have formed a Gang you can invite people to join it via Xbox Live.

If you are currently in a Gang, the Gang tab allows you to edit your Gang info or quit the Gang, as well as view the list of Gang members and your Gang's stats. Please note that gangs will not become ranked until they have competed in 10 matches.

To set up a Gang Match select the Create Gang Lobby option. From there, you can pit your gang against another one in a Ranked Match.

Note that you can only belong to one Gang at a given time.

RanksEdit

TrueSkill is your multiplayer ranking in Saints Row. It lets all other players on Xbox Live know what your relative skill level is. In Saints Row a players rank ranges from 1 to 50.

TrueSkill is represented by a multicolor bar.

The first section of the bar (silver) represents ranks that are below your skill level.

The second section of the bar (yellow) indicates what ranks are possibly within your skill level.

The third section of the bar (black) indicates what ranks are above your skill level.

As you play more ranked matches ,your TrueSkill Bar will change, narrowing the length of the yellow section and moving it left or right as you beat (or are beaten by) your opponents, until your rank is clearly defined. So a high ranked player will have their yellow section moved to the right of the bar, with only a little (or none) of the black section after it, while a low ranked player will have their yellow section moved to the left with a ton of black section after it and very little silver section before it.

Whenever you play a ranked match, you will automatically be placed in a match with people within your skill level.

Each online mode has a unique TrueSkill Bar associated with it.

Reaching specific TrueSkill Ranks can unlock achievements:

  • Thug: Rank 16
  • Killa: Rank 21
  • Gangster: Rank 26
  • Kingpin: Rank 31

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