Last year it was revealed that Ubisoft’s latest South Park game, The Fractured But Whole would not be coming to the Nintendo Switch. However clearly the company had a change of heart because the game has since been confirmed for the Switch and according to the Nintendo eShop listing, it will be released on the 24th of April.

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This means that next Tuesday fans of the South Park franchise will be able to enjoy the game on their Switch consoles. Considering that the game was only released in October 2017, it’s was a relatively short wait for Nintendo gamers where the game was originally released on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

As expected the game will be a full-price title which means that gamers will have to pay $60 for it. However it seems that the game released will be the standard version of the game, meaning that DLCs released for the game will not be available for the Switch, at least not yet, which also means that gamers might have to pay more for it when it does become available.

This is versus older titles that were launched on the Switch, such as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe which included DLCs previously released for the game.

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