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New SOUTHPARK: FRACTURED BUT WHOLE E3 Trailer Takes on Superhero Movies

New SOUTHPARK: FRACTURED BUT WHOLE E3 Trailer Takes on Superhero Movies

It feels like only yesterday when South Park: The Stick of Truth dropped on last generation hardware. At the time, it absolutely blew everyone away with its stellar RPG elements and ability to make you feel like you were playing through a real episode of the show, so you can imagine how excited we were when South Park: The Fractured But Whole was announced at E3 last year.

Today, Ubisoft dropped a brand new trailer for the next entry in the South Park video game saga during their E3 press conference, and it does not disappoint. We already knew Fractured But Whole would take on the ever-growing number of superhero franchises, but after a year of films like X-Men: Apocalypse, Suicide Squad, and Batman v Superman, well, let’s just say the South Park team has even more barbs to fling.

And just like your standard superhero movie trailer, there are a ton of easter eggs hidden in here:

In this new title, you’ll be playing as the new kid in town who has a super-powered butt (because of course), who joins Cartman and his friends in an epic superhero showdown. There’s even a hint of a Marvel Civil War-like battle, so there’s definitely a lot to look forward to. With great power, comes great responsibility… Only you can bring peace to South Park.

The game will be launching later this year on October 17 for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. As an added bonus, those who purchase the game will also get South Park: The Stick of Truth, a great game in its own right.

Stay tuned to Nerdist for more trailers, game announcements, and commentary coming out of E3 this week, and make sure you follow us on Twitter for live updates from the press conferences!

Image: Ubisoft

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