South Park: The Fractured But Whole comes out on December 6, Ubisoft said today, unveiling a bunch of new info about their next cartoon game.
The premise: the South Park kids are playing superhero, and have just entered a civil war... over how to plot out their superhero franchise plans.
The Fractured But Whole starts off where Stick of Truth ended — them throwing the stick away — and moves the kids from playing fantasy to dressing up as superheroes. Buying The Fractured But Whole will also get you a free copy of South Park: The Stick of Truth on PS4/Xbox One/PC. In fact, Ubisoft says that you can get a copy of Stick of Truth if you pre-purchase the game starting today.
Your main character, Douche Bag from the last game, will get to build a superhero persona by picking from one of several classes like Brutalist and Speedster. He'll also have a backstory that's laid out by Cartman in an opening sequence.
In a series of videos during Ubisoft's press conference today, South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker showed off different aspects of the game, including a new tactical combat system (with a grid!) and various interactive objects.