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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Battles Rising Crime Rates


South Park: The Fractured But Whole Battles Rising Crime Rates

Can you create your own superhero franchise?

Picking up where The Stick of Truth left off, South Park: The Fractured But Whole sees the kids playing superhero. The kids have switched games and the new kid has to rebuild his reputation as a superhero. As the kids argue about how to make their superhero franchise however, whether to include a Netflix series, and what phase of movies to introduce black characters, they find themselves in a Civil War.

In the limited gameplay shown off during the Ubisoft conference, players can create their own superhero, complete with multiple classes and different super powers. There are a dozen classes to chose from and players can mix and match to make their own class. Cartman comes up with everyone’s tragic backstories. In the new kid’s backstory he sees his parents having sex, and must turn to a life of fighting crime to move past it.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is improving the combat system. You are no longer restricted with where you can move. You can move around strategically. The focus is more on using the space. The can push and pull enemies. And this time around, your farts can rip open the fabric of time itself, allowing you to rearrange the turn order in the game.

Anyone that buys The Fractured But Whole will get Stick of Truth for free. If people pre-order today, they can start playing Stick of Truth. South Park: The Fractured But Whole will release December 6.

Ubisoft also announced a collector’s edition for the game. It will include your very own 6-inch Coon statue.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

As we learn more about what Ubisoft has in store for us at E3, you’ll find it all right here on Twinfinite.

Sean is a simple man who enjoys a good game, a good story, and the chance to talk about both. That said, he also honestly believes video games have the potential to be the greatest pinnacle of storytelling ever, so there's that...

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