South Park: The Fractured But Whole was originally announced now year’s E3 also, since then we’ve been eagerly awaiting the sequel to the hilarious Stick of Truth. Ubisoft’s E3 conference has finished so we saw many new games including the surprise reveal of Beyond Good and Evil 2 and many Far Cry 5 gameplay. The Fractured But Whole seemed to be featured over the show and then we had reached see its latest trailer. It feels like the crude humor still is significantly present and, in spite of the several delays, it feels like this is usually a sequel seriously worth waiting for.
The game was originally set to be removed late last year, meaning delays have caused it to be months late, the good news is it appears like you can find a solid release window. It’s always frustrating when games are delayed but it’s better eventually if he or she launch well without having bugs or issues. We’ll be counting down the days until we will go back to that small town in Colorado. South Park: The Fractured But Whole is anticpated to be released on October 17 with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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