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- Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 49 
- Online: 1 
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 80-100 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: 0
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None are glitched per se, but a few are buggy, such as The Mechanic (20G) and Kitted Out (20G)
Saints Row is back, after a bit of a hiatus, and Deep Silver Volition have promised a more somewhat serious Saints Row this time around, and by that, we mean more serious than Saints Row 4, which really isn't that hard! In the grand scheme of things, it's basically between 2 and 3 in terms of tone. Anyway! It's back! It's open-world, as usual. There's plenty of mayhem, as usual. Explosions! Crazy set-pieces! All of it returns, and it's a world littered with secrets, and we're going to run you through the best way to get that sweet 1000.
Honestly, because there are no missable achievements, how you approach Saints Row is entirely up to you. Some people like to tackle the main campaign first. Some like to clean up the streets a district at a time. Others like to just do whatever comes to you, and that's fine. Some advice I will give though:
- The last achievement of the campaign, for the epilogue, requires $8 million to start. So the sooner you start saving, the better.
- In relation to that, getting the money earned per hour up ASAP is key. Taking down threats and laying Ventures works, the latter even if you don't actually do the ventures just yet.
- Keep an eye out for shimmering blue objects and take a picture (they're collectibles)
- Keep an eye on challenges too, switch up weapons and what not, as that'll help you in the long run.
Once you've done the main campaign, it's a matter of looking through the list and seeing what you have left over. A lot of those will be collectibles, general missions on the map, and so on.
Saints Row is a relatively easy 1000, but boy is it time consuming and super grindy. Is it a bit of a chore? At times, yes. Is it fun? At times, yes. But if open-world games and mayhem are your thing, then the Saints Row reboot might be right up your alley!