Fast facts

  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole release date: Spring 2017
  • Formats: PS4, Xbox One, PC
  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Price: $59.99 / £54.99

After reading up on The Fractured But Whole, you may find yourself unable to sit down from all the excitement. South Park: The Fractured But Whole is Ubisoft’s follow-up to The Stick of Truth, where satirical RPG adventures take over the lives of Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, and everyone else in this sleepy Colorado town. And it looks like all the hardships you went through to acquire the Stick of Truth are meaningless in The Fractured But Whole, where medieval fantasy is out to make room for a bunch of youthful superheroes.

As the constantly ridiculed New Kid, you’re forced to choose a side when Cartman’s Coon and Friends supergroup is torn asunder into all-out Civil War (aping the Marvel movie that’ll be a year old by the time this game is out, but oh well). Here’s everything we know about this explosive follow-up from Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Bottom line: we can barely contain all this info on the newest South Park game.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole’s release date has been pushed to Spring 2017 

TFBW’s planned December 6, 2016 release date turned into a delay until early 2017, and now it’s looking like hopes for a “Q1 2017” launch might be dashed as well. The official TFBW website states the game will be available Spring 2017, but we’ll happily wait a few extra months if it means a cleaner final product. The delay might even given Stone and Parker time to work in some references to South Park’s recent Season 20, which revolved around Internet trolling, a certain Douchebag president-elect, and insidious, nostalgia-inducing fruit known as Member Berries.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole trailer tells the story of a superhero blowout 

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