Agent Safeword is Now Playable in Agents of Mayhem
Deep Silver announced that Agent Safeword (Kinzie Kensington) from Saints Row is now playable in Agents of Mayhem. She has little patience for stupidity, and even less for LEGION. It doesn’t matter if you assemble an army of cybersecurity experts; the woman’s a walking infrastructure threat, and nothing from your email password to your doomsday weapon is safe.
Check out the character trailer of Agents of Mayhem, featuring an animated video:
“Kinzie Kensington has been an exceptional hacker since she was old enough to read and type. Instead of letting her talents go to waste in prison, the FBI decided she’d be better off working for them, so she was put to work in the cybercrimes unit at 18 years old. Being stuck in a boring, dead-end job never sat well with Kinzie. She wanted action, excitement, and above all an outlet for punishing people violently. While she knows LEGION is a dangerous organization which needs to be stopped, she probably wouldn’t care as much if she wasn’t allowed to go out in the field.
As an agent of MAYHEM, she gets high-tech gadgets, weapons, and a license to beat down anyone who gets in her way … or who she thinks may need a good kick in the ass. Also, the ability to spy on so many interesting individuals in the agency keeps her pretty happy during her downtime.
Agent Safeword is available to join your team now.
ABOUT AGENTS OF MAYHEM
Agents of MAYHEM is a single-player, open-world, third-person action game for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC gaming systems. Fun, funny and full of high-action moments and laugh-out-loud scenarios, in Agents of MAYHEM, you run a no-holds barred operation against the shadowy super-villain organization, LEGION, fighting to take back the world after the horrors of Devil’s Night.
Explore the futuristic city of Seoul with a team of three interchangeable agents, each with their own distinct look, sense of humor, weapons, and skillset, with only one aim: to destroy LEGION, its operatives and their vile plans to take over the world.”