South Park: The Fractured But Whole Gets A New Coon Conspiracy Trailer
There was a delay with South Park: The Fractured But Whole's release. It was supposed to be released the other day, however its release was moved to 2017. Ubisoft released a new trailer of The Coon Conspiracy, which is quite related to the game.
Despite the funny side of the trailer, there is also a deeper concept that is related to the game's main storyline. Cartman and his friends attempts to clean up the darker parts of the South Park. They will make use of superhero aliases while doing the cleaning. They are also going to save a cat that is named Scrambles aside from cleaning up the streets.
The official description says something about an evil force getting into the town of South Park, and the The Coon has promised to make the society's trash can clean. The Coon and Friends have involved themselves in the disappearance of a local cat, and they later on saw that the threat is even more threatening than what they have expected it to be.
A mysterious New Kid together with his magical butthole come as allies with the group of Super Heroes, thus attempting to exhibit their impressive powers just to save the town from evil. The team wanted to make sure that the game will truly be in its full development upon its release. They want to make sure that the high expectations of fans will be met, thus they need more time for the attainment of this goal.
The developers promised to release the game by Dec. 6, however its release date will not go beyond Spring 2017. A Towelie bonus content are waiting for those who will pre-order the game, and a bonus free copy of South Park: The Stick of Truth, according to Attack of the Fan Boy.
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