As the South Park: Fractured But Whole video game inches closer to its December release, you’ve surely wondered: “This game sounds cool, but has there been any sort of technological breakthrough that would allow me to smell the farts that I lay on the screen during gameplay?”
The latest season of South Park targeted political correctness, but for their upcoming videogame, creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are getting really controversial. South Park: The Fractured But Whole riffs on superhero fandom, and in the trailer for the game released at today’s Ubisoft E3 press conference, Cartman and his friends/loathed enemies have a conversation that touches on a variety of topics, like Marvel’s brave choice to finally make a movie a
All other game creators can call the contest over—Ubisoft may have the most ridiculously titled game of all time.
To start off Ubisoft’s E3 press conference, the company announced South Park: The Fractured But Whole, a follow-up to 2014’s South Park: The Stick of Truth. The new sequel will release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
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