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South Park The Fractured But Whole is as Funny as Its Predecessor
Ubisoft’s E3 conference was live and where the publisher showcased its upcoming games and their gameplays along with trailer for the South Park The Fractured But Whole and a glimpse of its gameplay.
The official press release for South Park The Fractured But Whole states:
Cartman is determined to turn Coon and Friends into the biggest superhero franchise of all time, but can the greatest team of superheroes ever assembled decide whose movie should come first?
From the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, comes South Park™: The Fractured but Whole™, a sequel to the award-winning South Park™: The Stick of Truth™.
According to Ubisoft South Park The Fractured But Whole is about a kid who wants to be a superhero like other cool kids in his neighborhood who are led by Cartman. The game is sort of a spoof of Captain America Civil War.
Like the previous South Park Stick Of Truth, The Fractured But Whole will also feature character customization. But there is a twist that players will be able to chose their own superpowers, which means players will make their own Superhero.
Combat is a huge improvement over the last game, as players will not be bound by space. Meaning during combat players will not be standing on a fixed position but can move and hide behind covers or in tactical positions.
If player is hiding behind cover that does not mean that he can’t use his superpowers. Players will now be able to attack enemies from behind obstacles.
What is most interesting is that, if you buy South Park The Fractured But Whole you will get South Park The Stick Of truth. However, if you pre-order the game now, you will get the Stick Of Truth right away for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.