South Park: Stick of Truth was a big surprise when it was announced, then it was an even bigger surprise when the game turned out to be one of the greatest RPGs ever made. So when the sequel, South Park: Fractured But Whole was announced, no one was too surprised, until it kept getting delayed. The game was supposed to release last year, then early this year, and then it got delayed again. But now, we know for sure when it’s coming.
During the Ubisoft E3 Press Conference, an official release date was given for October 17th. Along with a brand new trailer that shows off the game. You can check it out below:
“The Coon and Friends and Freedom Pals face off in an epic superhero franchise battle. As the New Kid with a super-powered butt, will you have what it takes to unite your allies and save South Park?
Join Cartman, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny in the South Park video game and bring peace to South Park! “South Park: The Fractured But Whole” will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC – OCTOBER 17″
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