Saints Row 2022 is finally available for all the major platforms. This action game was developed by Volition and published by Deep Silver. If you enter this action-adventure world, you may feel the vibe of GTA V, a cut-down version of the course.
Before Saints Row was released, the developers launched a Custom Boss Factory where you were allowed to dress the bosses with different items and customizations. It was a fun pre-launch activity, and we liked it. However, bringing them into the game can be confusing to some.
The Custom Boss Factory was a great and fun addition to the game. We have seen a lot of creative boss designs on Reddit, and we are hyped up about the fact we can use these customized characters in-game.
But importing those bosses into the main game post-launch can be a little confusing to people who don’t know how to do it. But it is pretty straightforward if you get the steps done correctly.
So this article will guide you on how to import boss factory characters in the Saints Row game.
How to import Boss Factory Characters in Saints Row 2022
You can find your created bosses in the My Bosses menu on the Character Creation tab. But if you don’t seem to have it, you first need to unlock the Style App.
This app will be available on the same mobile device, and you will need to complete the mission Morning Commute. The Morning Commute is a mission you must complete in the early hours of the game, and as soon as you unlock the Style App, go to the Character Creation and click on My Bosses.
However, if you don’t find any of the created bosses, then follow the following steps
- First, you need to open the Style App on your phone
- Select Community Tab, which is right next to the My Bosses
- Scroll down the community share page till the end and select the option Manage and Share bosses
- Here, you will be able to find all your downloaded and uploaded bosses
- The boss you want to import, select it and click on the share code button.
- Save the code and open the app again.
- Once you have opened it, get back to the Community Sharing option again
- Type the saved code and click on the Search icon.
- Enter the boss code and download it.
Remember that you will be able to use different items and outfits for your characters, but you need to spend your in-game money. But if you are still unsure how to create and upload customized bosses, then the next section will help you.
How to create, share and download Boss Factory Characters in Saints Row
Follow these steps to create, share or download boss factory characters in Saints Row 2022.
- Run the Boss Factory application from your Epic Games Launcher.
- After it opens, select Create boss, and you will be able to use a preset character, or you will have the liberty to edit any existing bosses.
- You will be able to choose from a wide range of customization options
- You are free to customize the skin, face, tattoo, personality, hair, etc. Saints Row 2022 has more customization options than GTA V.
- Once you are done editing, go to My bosses and Presets option and select, My bosses.
- Click on the Save new boss option and once you have the character created, upload it and share it with a community.
- Head over to the main menu and select Create Boss option.
- Now, you can use the Share and Import buttons to share the character with the community.
- After you have shared it, you can upload these characters. You must select the Manage and Share Bosses options to upload it.
- Select the boss and click on the share button.
- After the boss is uploaded, click on continue.
- The share codes of the bosses are available, and you will get them by selecting the Share code option.
So this was all about how to create, share, download, upload, and import boss factory characters in your Saints Row game.
If you think this guide has helped, then let us know in the comment section below. Also, you can check out the other Saints Row guides on Frondtech. Good luck!
Last Updated on September 1, 2022
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