Hell yes.

Since giving South Park: The Stick of Truth my GOTY 2014 I couldn’t be happier to see my dream of a sequel come true.

Creators of South Park Matt Stone and Trey Parker came on stage during Ubisoft’s E3 2015 conference, announcing the aptly South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which will continue on from the first game’s structure but take everything to the next level.

Instead of playing in a Medieval setting, this time all the kids of South Park will be suiting up as Superheroes. Just like before, you’ll be given the role of the new kid in town, upgrading and exploring your way through the sweet little mountain town.

Sadly Obsidian won’t be leading the charge on this sequel, as Ubisoft San Francisco have taken the reigns. Since the original received plenty of awards and critical acclaim, it seems as though the company are keen to satisfy the needs of fans and hopefully exceed the humour of the first game.

As for whether Matt & Trey will encounter harsh edits in Europe similar to the first game is yet to be seen, though we expect obscene content to be included nonetheless.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole will hit PS4, Xbox One and PC in 2016.

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