South Park: The Fractured But Whole finally has a new release date

Janie Parker
May 18, 2017

However, it appears as though we finally have a set release date for South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

It was announced Wednesday that the follow-up to the popular 2014 Stick of Truth would be released october 17. Acting as your gaming bud, Towlie will give you hints and advice when prowling the mean streets of South Park. The town needs new heroes to rise!

South Park: The Fractured But Whole will reportedly also come bundled with a free copy of 2014's surprisingly good South Park: The Stick of Truth, and preorders come with some type of "bonus Towelie content" that we're hoping is weed.

Ubisoft sent out a press release today that dates South Park: The Fractured but Whole for October 17 - exactly five months from now. Season 14's three-parter - "Coon 2: Hindsight", "Mysterion Rises" and "Coon vs. Coon and Friends" - exhausted the concept, not just teaming Cartman up with Cthulhu, but explaining the Lovecraftian origins of Kenny's repeated deaths. The game was originally meant to arrive previous year but faced its second overall delay into Q3 2017.

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The Fractured But Whole has expanded with more places to explore and greater freedom to customize each players' character.

In a hilarious new trailer dubbed "The Farting Vigilante", fans were rewarded for their patience with a release day and a new look at the game.

There's an all-new grid-based combat system along with a revamped looting and crafting system so you can bring your own gear into battle. Players will discover their backstory, assemble their unique costumes, and mix and match powers from numerous hero classes to create their own original hero.

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