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10 reasons why we cannot wait to play South Park: The Fractured But Whole

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South Park The Fractured But Whole is releasing next week on 17 October 2017 but I have played the game already numerous times before. I first got my hands on it back at E3 2017, and then this past rAge the game was on display where I got to play it from the start. I loved every moment of it so far and I cannot wait to jump into the full game next week.

Until then, I decided to put together something awesome. This week's Top 10 features none other than 10 reasons why we cannot wait to play the game. If you know South Park then you would know that the game is crude, overly sexual, racist, and highly offensive, but who cares right? It is South Park and if you take offence to anything that comes out of that game then you need help. 

South Park: The Fractured But Whole takes place right after the events of the first game and sees Cartman, and the whole South Park gang go up against a rival group of kids. Why are they doing this you ask? Well, they have all decided to become superheroes and start their own agency. After things go south due to a mix up in who is getting what Netflix show and movie before the other, the group of heroes split up and are now rivals. Much more is obviously going on in town as you play as The New Kid who is trying to find your way through the madness and become a great pretend superhero. 

South Park: The Fractured But Whole will have everything we loved about the first game and much more. Its RPG mechanics have changed, it comedy will be even more awesomely disgusting, and of course, the South Park essence has had a double dosage into the game. Take a look at our ten reasons to be excited about the game. 

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