In the wake of cross examining and handicapping Maero's tattoo craftsman Matt, pioneer of the nearby band called The Feed Dogs at a show, the Boss starts to reveal data about the substantial weapons shipment. Maero furiously faces Dane Vogel, the current CEO of the Ultor Corporation, requesting the arrival of captured Brotherhood parts, undermining to slaughter him unless he consents to. Before long, Vogel extorts Troy to release them. In spite of the fact that liberated, the detainees' transports are captured and decimated by the Saints and Vogel breaks up further ties with the Brotherhood, assuming control over Maero's shipment as recompense for discharging the detained. The Boss captures the shipment and propels an ambush on the disabled Brotherhood's safehouse. The attack is fruitful and the Boss murders Matt with a block, yet Maero is spared by his surviving group parts. Maero escapes to the Ultor Stadium in a last-jettison endeavor to waylay the Saints pioneer. The Boss survives the trap and murders the harmed Maero with a shot to the head, finishing the Brotherhood of Stilwater.
Shaundi starts to accumulate data on the Haitian Sons of Samedi group, and takes in of their unlawful pill exchange. The Saints then target different possessions in the preparation of the 'Loa Dust' drug, with the assistance of Shaundi's old protege and cellmate Laura. The pioneers of the Samedi, known as the General and Mr. Daylight, request their lieutenant, a mainstream DJ named Veteran Child, to kill his previous sweetheart Shaundi, who had passed the data to the Boss. Veteran Child snatches her and takes her away before the Boss, later coordinating the recent to a pitfall club. The Boss survives and undermines Veteran Child via telephone, then lands at his underground club and spares Shaundi, executing him. The General then seizes and drugs the Boss and requests a strike on the Saints, yet the Boss getaways and the Saints can hold off the assault. Through tips from a fanatic who was paid by Mr. Daylight, the Boss uncovers Mr. Daylight's concealing place, a meat-pressing plant, and the Boss shoots him in the midsection. Daylight survives and Boss shoots him a few times. At the point when Sunshine uncovers to be still alive, Boss uses the whole gun magazine on him, and afterward cuts off his head. The Saints then co-ordinate an assault on the General's outfitted caravan, utilizing the police Polaroid framework to track his limousine, and murder him in the shopping center as he flees.
Johnny and Pierce support the Boss in bringing down the Japanese Ronin posse, at present headed by Shogo Akuji and his second-in-charge Jyunichi. They effectively burglarize a Ronin-claimed clubhouse, provoking Kazuo Akuji, Shogo's father and pioneer of the overall operations of the Ronin, to come to America and handle the circumstances. Disgraced by his father, Shogo requests an ambush on Johnny. A few Ronin pack parts are sent to his house while he is gone, where they attach Aisha to a seat and sit tight for Johnny to come