Back in 2014, South Park: The Stick Of Truth was released for PC, Xbox 360, and the PS3, shortly before we would all start buying the current generation of consoles. At the time, it was pretty much a foregone conclusion that we wouldn’t see the game added to newer consoles as Ubisoft were busy with other projects, including the sequel that would eventually become The Fractured But Whole. Well, the success of the sequel has caught the eye of the higher-ups and now Ubisoft has decided that the original game will be released on Xbox One and PS4 this year.
More specifically, you’ll be seeing the game released on both consoles on February 13th for a mere $30. There’s no word yet as to whether or not these new versions will interact with the sequel or not. A feature a lot of fans really wanted to see on console was the ability to take the new kid character from the first game with all of his experience, stats, looks, etc., and plant him into the second game. But since the current game makes you create a character from scratch, that just doesn’t look like something that’s in the cards. But at the very least you’ll be able to play the original!
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