South Park: Stick of Truth sequel is Fractured, But Whole

A new South Park game from Ubisoft is on the way, and the gang have all but abandoned the Stick of Truth, opting to play superhero instead of medieval fantasy. The game will be developed by Ubisoft San Francisco instead of South Park: The Stick Of Truth developer Obsidian, and will be titled "South Park: Fractured But Whole." Yes, it's a butt joke. It's South Park, are you surprised?

As South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone announced on stage, this (potentially) bigger, longer and uncut game will explore the origins of the new kid in town, who made his debut in Stick of Truth. No release window has been given, so as our good friend Towelie would say, "I have no idea what's goin' on."

Stone and Parker announced South Park: Fractured But Whole as part of the Ubisoft press conference. For more E3 2015 news, be sure to check out our hub!

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