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Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell

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Title Screen

Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell

Developers: Volition, High Voltage Software
Publisher: Deep Silver
Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows, Linux
Released internationally: December 21, 2015 (Linux)
Released in JP: April 14, 2015
Released in US: January 20, 2015
Released in EU: January 23, 2015
Released in AU: January 23, 2015

SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.

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Unused Graphics

Placeholder Vehicle Logos

SRGOOH DemonicSportsCarLogo.pngSRGOOH SinterpolTankLogo.png

Two logos for placeholder vehicles, which simply say the "Demonic Sports Car" and the "Sinterpol Tank".

Unused Audio

Radio Stations

Gat Out of Hell does not have a radio on foot or in cars. While this technically isn't used, there is a possibility most people will not hear the music during their playthrough. They can be heard from passing cars, but hijacking them will instantly mute the music playing from the vehicle. The radio function itself is disabled by default, but can be brought back with modding (brings back the keybinds to switch in the weapons menu, or in cars).

Additionally, in sounds_common.vpp_pc, there are .bnk_pc archives for all radio stations from Saints Row IV. Only the Newscast archives and GenX have a higher byte size than the other leftover Radio Stations.

The songs that briefly play from the cars are actually new licensed tracks, which are played from the internal GenX soundbanks and aren't even credited in the music licenses section of the credits. The following is a list;

Unused Diversion


Since Gat out of Hell doesn't have a character customization option, you cannot streak in the game. The option to streak can be seen, if you change Johnny Gat or Kinzie to one of the NPCs in the game. The prompt happens because the game treats NPCs as all being naked.