Due to a manufacturing issue that caused PlayStation 4 copies of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected to be incorrectly classified in Australia, the game is undergoing a nationwide recall, with owners of the incorrect version “encouraged” to return the game to stores for a refund.
Here’s the full statement on the matter:
Unfortunately over the weekend, it has come to light that the PlayStation 4 retail release of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected has a serious manufacturing issue and a nationwide recall is now underway in Australia.
A manufacturing issue has caused an incorrectly classified version of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected for our territory to be released. This strictly affects PlayStation 4 retail versions.
All customers who have purchased the PlayStation 4 version of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected are encouraged to return to their retailer for a full refund.
Replacement copies with the correct content are on order and will arrive with retailers soon.
Further information wasn’t provided, but this isn’t the first time Saints Row IV has had issues in Australia, with Volition needing to remove a 20-minute mission from the original release after it was initially refused classification.