Saints Row: The Third Features In-Game Video Recorder and DX11 on the PC

bp9801 - November 2, 2011 07:58AM in Gaming

Saints Row: The Third is nearly here, which means you'll soon be able to get your sandbox action gaming on however you'd like. The character creator is now available, letting you design any type of character you want to play as when the full game launches on November 15th. Today, developer Volition has revealed some of the features specific to the PC version of the game, and these should go a long way towards making it a popular version. The PC version of Saints Row: The Third features an in-game video recorder as well as support for DirectX 11. The in-game video recorder is known as the Saints Video Record mode, which will let you record and export any moments you want from the game. You can post the videos to various social media websites or directly to the Saints Row website. You will also be able to turn off the game's HUD to get a cleaner video of your crazy antics.

The system requirements for Saints Row: The Third have been revealed, which shows support for DirectX 11, Crossfire and Eyefinity, and plenty of advanced graphics options. Support for advanced depth of field, reflections, ambient occlusion, "and of course, God Rays," will all be able to be enabled while playing Saints Row: The Third.

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Saints Row: The Third will be available on November 15th for the PC, PS3, and 360.