South Park: The Fractured But Whole, a title which remains true to the unique humor of the adult cartoon where the game is based on, has experienced another delay on its release. Last September, Ubisoft, the publisher of the game, pushed the release date from its scheduled December release to early 2017. Although, with the company's third-quarter sales results released today, the game might not be having its launch this year.
"South Park" already had a game before entitled "Stick of Truth," which is a role-playing game developed by Obsidian Entertainment with the partnership of South Park Studios and has been published by Ubisoft. The game is based on the adult American cartoon show "South Park". South Park: The Fractured But Whole will feature twelve superhero classes, which are called as Gadgeteer, Cyborg, Brutalist, Speedster, Elementalist, Blaster, Mystic, Psychic, Assassin, Karate Kid, Netherborn and Commander.
The game's setting takes place after the events in the game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The characters of South Park will begin a new adventure wherein the kids will be role-playing superheroes. Set in the fictional village of South Park in the Colorado Mountains, Cartman's film franchise will split the boys into two groups. Those who will choose to side with Cartman join Coon and Friends, while the enemy group called Freedom Pals made their very own franchise.
Last September 2016 the game's producers delayed its release on March this year. The adjustments were said to make the game meet its fans expectation but sad to say this year the game will be delayed again. Ubisoft informed the game's fans that the game might be released around 2017 to 2018 fiscal year. Many fans were disappointed but some said that is just quite all right if it got delayed because the fans know that Ubisoft is delaying its release for it to meet the game's fans expectation.
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