South Park The Fractured But Whole Gets R18+ Rating

Despite concerns that kids grinding on drunk men in a strip club might be a little too far for the Classification Board, Ubisoft has announced that all is swell for the upcoming South Park.

In a press release, Ubisoft announced that South Park: The Fractured But Whole had received an R18+ rating from the Classification Board, meaning that the game will go on sale in Australia. South Park has been banned, and consequently censored, in Australia before, with Aussies getting these warnings in The Stick of Truth:

The release goes on to say that Fractured But Whole will be “completely uncut and uncensored”, allowing players to fart in strip clubs at will.

Good job, Ubisoft. But honestly, I’m a little surprised. Let’s hope a Senator or MP doesn’t kick up a stick when the game comes out October 17 to force a re-review.

Update: Release date is October 17 this year; apologies for any confusion.

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