South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the follow-up to South Park: The Stick of Truth, is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can pick up the sequel now for $59.99 on the Microsoft Store and Amazon.
The Fractured But Whole is chocked full of the sort of hilariously obscene humor that South Park has become known for, but you actually get to take part. Like in The Stick of Truth, The Fractured But Whole lets you take on the role of the New Kid, as you join the South Park boys to become crime fighters. But don't expect any hard crime here: instead, you'll set out on a journey to solve a series of cat abductions across South Park. Yep, that's right: cat abductions.
Whereas The Stick of Truth was a role-playing adventure filled with fantasy elements, The Fractured But Whole has each South Park kid taking on the role of a ridiculous, homemade superhero. You'll be joined by other heroes like Eric Cartman's "The Coon" and Butters' "Professor Chaos."
In any case, if you're down to dive into the absurdity, you can pick up South Park: The Fractured But Whole now for $59.99. Ubisoft is also throwing in South Park: The Stick of Truth for free for a limited time, so you'll get a chance to play through that as well. And for more be sure to check out our South Park: The Fractured But Whole review.
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