South Park Fractured But Whole is Being Delayed

Fans must wait a little while longer to join Eric, Stan, Kyle and Kenny in their new RPG adventure

Developer Ubisoft today announced that the upcoming game to feature everyone's beloved characters from Trey Parker and Matt Stone's South Park is being delayed until the first quarter of 2017. South Park Fractured But Whole was originally due to release at the beginning of December 2016, but this has now been pushed back to the start of next year. In an official blog post, Ubisoft commented that the development team wants to make sure that players get the best experience from the game and that it has to meet the high expectations that the fans are sure to have. A delay in release ensures that they meet this goal.

Fractured But Whole is the sequel to Stick of Truth, which released in March 2014. Players will once again be playing as the New Kid and will have to join forces with everyone's favorite residents, Eric, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny, to clean up the evil gangster underbelly of the sleepy little Colorado town, their town, South Park.

The game is expected to release on PS4, XBox One and PC.

Published Sep. 15th 2016

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