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Published on June 2nd, 2008 | by Daniel David

Saints Row 2 Heading To PC

PC owners aren’t getting left out of the loop on this one. It has been confirmed that Saints Row 2 will head to the PC this year.

No specific release date was mentioned but it seems that it will ship the same day as the console versions in October.

I’m looking forward to Saints Row 2 simply for car surfing.

Source: Big Download via Joystiq

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