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Deep Silver has announced that Australian players using the edited version of Saints Row IV will be unable to join online co-op games with players using the International version.

“While we are very proud of all our different missions, we do feel that Saints Row IV on the whole remains largely the same without this single optional mission, and we also feel that you deserve to know what you are getting in Australia,” a post on the publisher’s Facebook confirmed.

“Due to the changes we were forced to make, this version is different than the version rated by rating boards like the ESRB, USK, and PEGI, which is why it will be incompatible with those versions in co-op.”

The publisher was forced to cut an optional mission from the game so it could gain classification in Australia.

Via: Kotaku

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Saints Row IV: Australian Players Can’t Join Online Co-op with International Players

By Matthew Bennett | 08/5/2013 05:47 AM PT

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Deep Silver has announced that Australian players using the edited version of Saints Row IV will be unable to join online co-op games with players using the International version.

“While we are very proud of all our different missions, we do feel that Saints Row IV on the whole remains largely the same without this single optional mission, and we also feel that you deserve to know what you are getting in Australia,” a post on the publisher’s Facebook confirmed.

“Due to the changes we were forced to make, this version is different than the version rated by rating boards like the ESRB, USK, and PEGI, which is why it will be incompatible with those versions in co-op.”

The publisher was forced to cut an optional mission from the game so it could gain classification in Australia.

Via: Kotaku

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89