South Park: The Fractured But Whole Gets New Coon Conspiracy Trailer

on December 7, 2016 12:08 PM

Today, developer Ubisoft San Fransisco released a new trailer for South Park: The Fracture But Whole titled the “Coon Conspiracy.” As you would expect, the new trailer is hilarious, and contains at least a few laugh-out-loud moments that are sure to brighten up your hump-day (Wednesday).

Further, the new trailer provides more insight and a deeper look into the game’s story, where players will delve into the crime-ridden underbelly of South Park with Coon and his superhero friends to not only save South Park — but find a missing cat named Scrambles, and save the universe.

A full description via Ubisoft can be found below:

Evil stirs in the town of South Park and The Coon has sworn to clean up the trash can of society. When the Coon and Friends investigate the disappearance of a local cat, they discover the threat is far greater than any of them realized. Allied with the mysterious New Kid and his magical butthole, will the intrepid group of Super Heroes be able to harness their amazing powers and save the town?

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is set to release for  Xbox One, PS4, and PC sometime in Early 2017. Currently, Ubisoft lists the game to release on March 31, 2017, but this is almost certainly just a placeholder date.

If you pre-order South Park: The Fractured But Whole you will receive not only exclusive content in the form of  Towelie as “your gaming bud,” but the series’ previous game The Stick of Truth for free.

As you may remember, originally the game was scheduled for release on December 6th but was delayed to due the development team wanting to make sure the game experience met their high expectations.

Below, you can check out the new trailer:

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