"South Park: The Fractured But Whole" is yet to be announced, let alone surface for the masses. While it may considerably be one of the most awaited "South Park" titles to date, there are still details left unanswered around the upcoming game.
As some may know, the "South Park" titles have a way of making odd movie renditions or parodies. In the case of "South Park: The Fractured But Whole," it absorbs the "Marvel versus DC Comics" take. Ubisoft revealed how there may be some necessary cancellations surrounding the title, although fans are not to fret.
According to a recent Ubisoft blog, "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" will officially be launched for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC within the fiscal year of 2018. The blog justified how the aim of the company is to make sure that the title caters properly and legitimately to its audience. Ubisoft gave their word that they will work as quickly as possible to accomplish their goals within the coming months, all dedicated to the further development of the upcoming title. This will particularly involve Ubisoft San Francisco and the South Park teams themselves.
The story of "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" surrounds Coon and Friends, wherein the team of uncanny superheroes cordially argue about their scheduled appearances, and while there are those who may be left behind, the remainders will have to find a way to showcase their own reveals in their own cinematic universe. On a more positive note, the entire 2017 will show more superhero movies and it could present further references for the game to acquire such includes "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" and "Justice League" among others.
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