A New South Park game appears to be on the way as covertly revealed by THQ Nordic. Being one of the most known IPs out there, Southpark has repeatedly come up with a lot of video games, most of them dating back to the 90s.
Unfortunately, these could not stick in the market and were not embraced with much of a name. Developers suspect it’s because they weren’t up to mark with the games released by other shows of a similar run.
However, the notoriously witty creators of the show, Matt Stone and Trey Parker decided to put their heads together this time and things seem to be getting serious. A game currently called South Park: The Stick of Truth is under work.
The game was said to be initially sold to Ubisoft after THQ went bankrupt. But as it looks like from the publisher’s digital showcase, THQ has regained its rights back to the game as it teased a new South Park game.
The game was said to be initially sold to Ubisoft after THQ went bankrupt. But as it looks like from the publisher’s digital showcase that took place on August 12, THQ has regained its rights back to the game as it teased a new South Park game.
The Livestream came to an end with a note saying there were 26 unannounced games still in development before it blanked and the South Park Digital Studios logo emerged on the screen along with a sound byte of fan-favorite character Randy Marsh as a voice repeatedly chanted “hot” before shouting “Oh, it’s coming!”
Let’s just say that it’s a safe bet this new game will have a sufficient amount of toilet humor for returning South Park fans.
What Is Expected?
Well, it’s a safe bet to state the game will be brimming with adult x toilet humor that the franchise is essentially famous for.
All we know right now is the name and that it is happening. Aside from this, not much is known about the game at the moment including the title, release date, the studio engaged with the game right now, or even what kind of game it will be considering the recent South Park games have been RPGs.
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