The other day it was announced that South Park: The Fractured But Whole would be launching on the Nintendo Switch. However it seemed like only the standard version of the game would be available, but for those who were hoping to get their hands on the game and all the DLCs that have been released so far, you’re in luck.
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.
When South Park: The Stick of Truth was launched, the game made its way onto the PS3, the Xbox 360, and the PC. However the good news is that if you enjoyed the game and wouldn’t mind playing it on a modern day console, you’ll be pleased to learn that South Park: The Stick of Truth will be making its way onto the PS4 and Xbox One.
Last year we’re sure that there were some disappointed Nintendo Switch gamers who learnt that South Park: The Fractured But Whole would not be arriving onto the console. Ubisoft who published the game did not comment on the reason why, leaving some to speculate their own reasons behind it.
If you’ve always wanted to enjoy a South Park video game on your mobile device, you will be pleased to learn that Ubisoft and RedLynx have released South Park: Phone Destroyer for both iOS and Android devices. The game was originally announced at E3 earlier this year, and now it is available for download.
The South Park franchise has always been rather crude and disgusting, but it’s also one of the reasons why it is so popular because of how much the show’s creators don’t hold back, which is why we really couldn’t not expect any less from the South Park video games. In fact Ubisoft is taking it to the next level by asking fans if they want to record their fart sounds […]
The topic of race and how one is treated based on race has always been a fiercely debated topic, one that seems to be even more talked about in this day and age. Perhaps as a form of social commentary, it seems that the developers of South Park: The Fractured But Whole has introduced a very interesting difficulty slider to the game.
Games based around South Park have been around for a while now, and if you’re wondering why hasn’t there been a version for mobile, we’re not sure but regardless, it looks like your wish has come true as South Park: Phone Destroyer has been officially unveiled by Ubisoft at E3 2017 today.
When South Park: The Fractured But Whole was announced, it was originally intended to be released on the 6th of December, 2016. However you might have heard that it has since been delayed and we do not know when the new release date is, although we suppose in a way this is more favorable compared to launching a game that isn’t ready.
If you were hoping to play South Park: The Fractured But Whole on the Nintendo Switch, you might be disappointed to learn that won’t be happening. This was confirmed by a representative for the South Park studio via Comedy Central which was then confirmed to IGN when they asked about the game’s release on Nintendo’s latest gaming platform.
South Park fans who were looking forward to the new game will not be pleased with this latest development. Ubisoft has confirmed today that the upcoming adventure game titled South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been delayed. It was originally supposed to be released on December 6th this year but the company now says that we will have to wait until next year for it.
South Park has always been a rather crude series, but despite its crudeness and political incorrectness, there are millions around the world who love the series, which also explains why its video game counterpart has also been rather well-received, and in case you haven’t heard, spawned a sequel in the form of South Park: The Fractured But Whole.
Last year the folks at Ubisoft announced the sequel to South Park: The Stick of Truth called The Fractured But Whole. As expected of a South Park game, there are some rather crude features/moments, one of them being farting which would actually be a game mechanic in the game, and Ubisoft is certainly taking advantage of that.
In life, there are legends and stories of the past that over the years, and perhaps even centuries and generations down the road, it has become more or less whispered tales that does make one wonder whether there is a semblance of truth attached to it or not. Thankfully, we do not have to roll back the years by a few centuries this time around, just to the turn of […]