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New South Park: The Fractured But Whole Video Reveals Where The Name Came From

News Bot Jul 23, 2016

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    Ubisoft has released a new behind-the-scenes development diary for South Park: The Fractured But Whole (heh heh, it just doesn't get old). During the video, South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker talk about the premise of the game, which takes place just a day after The Stick of Truth.
    Along with this, developers from Ubisoft discuss the new features that have been added since the first game, and how animating a South Park game is far more difficult than it seems. Stay tuned until the very end and you'll see why and how the name "Fractured But Whole" came about. Check out the trailer below.

    South Park: The Fractured But Whole launches on December 6. It is getting a $190 version that comes with a remote-controlled "Coon Mobile." It's controlled by a free smartphone app (for iOS and Android) using Bluetooth. According to its description, it comes with a dozen lines voiced by "The Coon," which is Cartman's superhero alter ego in the game.
    In addition to the standard and the Coon Mobile version of the game, there are three other options available. Two of these--the Gold edition and steelbook Gold edition--are similar, except one is exclusive to digital stores and one is a physical edition. The digital Gold edition ($90) includes the game, the season pass, some in-game costumes, and a bonus perk. The steelbook version ($100) includes all of the same stuff, plus some lithographic art prints and a steelbook case.
    There's also a Collector's edition on the Uplay store, the main component of which is a six-inch figure of The Coon (Cartman's superhero alter ego) to go along with the same costumes, perk, and art prints mentioned above. You can get this in either standard ($100) or Gold editions ($130), which is essentially deciding whether or not you want the season pass.
    We learned at E3 last month The Fractured But Whole will allow players to control their sphincter while pooping with "total ass control."


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