Ubisoft E3 2017: 'South Park: The Fractured But Whole' Beats 'Stick of Truth' with its Awesome Features, Improvements

By Irina Stark, | June 15, 2017

"South Park: The Fractured But Whole" is better than "Stick of Truth" with its awesome improvements. (YouTube)

"South Park: The Fractured But Whole" is better than "Stick of Truth" with its awesome improvements. (YouTube)

 "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" is already hailed by game critics to be better than its predecessor title, "Stick of Truth". Both South Park creators and Ubisoft have taken the sequel further with its notably awesome features and improvements.

Hysterically Humorous Script

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Game critics who got a hands-on with the demo at E3 2017 are saying that "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" is outrageously funny, they did not stop smiling throughout the 20-minute play time. The game has an excellent script that is filled hysterical humor from the brilliant writers of "South Park" anime series, Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

Strategic Combat

"South Park: The Fractured But Whole" also features a strategic combat as one of the notable improvements compared to the previous game. Players got to see a number of attacks in "Stick of Truth" and that was it.

But in the new title, gamers can use strategies that put each of the characters' unique traits into a good use. In the new game, the characters can now move around the battlefield, where it will no longer be as simple as launching an attack from any position on the battlefield.

Special Objectives

In "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" also offers a set of special objectives other than the combat mechanics that add more tactical gameplay. It appears that Ubisoft has designed special objectives - an added challenge to take into consideration on the battleground.

During the hands-on, Twifinite reported that there is presence of a stripper that is going after them and seems to be unbeatable. This character seems a unending threat that basically smashed whatever is in its path.

It is also worth noting that the RPG also rides with the modern times by adding a crafting system into the mix. Players will be allowed to use same items and other pieces to craft things and use them in battle like buff the characters or nerf enemies.

"South Park: The Fractured But Whole" release date is set on October 17. It is developed by Ubisoft and South Park Studios for Xbox One, PS4, and Microsoft Windows. 


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