Political Warfare is a standalone expansion pack for Saints Row IV. It got a sequel in 2017 titled Political Warfare: The New Election.
Political Warfare takes place in a fictional version of Washington D.C. and also in Steelport, which was a setting in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV. It takes place in the five-year gap between the missions "Zero Saints Thirty" and "The Saints Wing" from Saints Row IV.
After the assassination of Cyrus Temple The Protagonist gets to work along with the Saints to reach the highest and most important part of his career - entering office at the White House and becoming President. However political rival and ex-Saints member Dexter Jackson cheats his way into winning the presidency by putting Washington D.C. into lockdown, and declaring the Protagonist along with the Saints public enemies.
The Protagonist must gather his friends while trying to take down Dex's super army of Masako soldiers and save America from his dictatorship and possible global domination.
The standalone plot allows fans to finally get their revenge on Dex and wrap up his story after Saints Row 2: Corporate Warfare.
- Troy Baker/ Laura Bailey/ Robin Atkin Downes/ Kenn Michael/ Diane Michelle/ Sumalee Montano/ Nolan North as The Protagonist
- Keith David as Keith David
- Terry Crews as Benjamin King
- Arif S. Kinchen as Pierce/ President Dexter Jackson
- Danielle Nicolet as Shaundi
- Yuri Lowenthal as Matt Miller
- Rebecca Riedy as Asha Odekar
- Mark Allan Stewart as Oleg Kirrlov
- Sasha Grey as Viola DeWynter
- Natalie Lander as Kinzie Kensington
- Alex Désert as Zimos
- Andrew Bowen as Josh Birk
- Laura Hendler as Jane Valderrama
- Rick D. Wasserman as Eddie 'Big Pussy' Pryor
- Michael Rapaport as Special Agent Troy Bradshaw
- Brandon Keener as Tobias
- Tasia Valenza as Monica Hughes
- Steve Blum as Zombie Gat
- Eric Gryphon
- The title Political Warfare takes a similar title to Saints Row 2 DLC Corporate Warfare, the last game to star Dex.