South Park: The Fractured But Whole offers a free trial

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The Fractured but Whole follows on from the end of South Park: The Stick of Truth as the kids embark on a new adventure in the town, except this time they're superheroes.

Ubisoft recently announced that they'll be letting players try out the game for a brief time to help sway prospective buyers over to the crude, unbridled South Park humor that fans of the TV show have come to expect.

"South Park: The Fractured But Whole is getting a free trial on Xbox One and PlayStation 4!" Simply play for that one hour and see if you like what they are offering. I quite literally felt like I was playing the show for the 15 hours that I spent in South Park-not surprising, given that the first game met that uncanny caliber of delivering a near flawless recreation.

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With crime on the rise in South Park, the streets have never been more risky.

The trial will allow players to sample the game, with no alterations to gameplay except a one-hour playtime restriction. Then, once you're finished playing, you'll be given the option to purchase the full game, keeping all of your progress and moving it over so you can pick right back up where you left off. As the sun sets on the quiet Colorado town, havoc and chaos unleash a reign of terror and the seedy underbelly of the city comes alive. Eric Cartman seizes the opportunity to save the town and create the best superhero franchise ever, his own Coon & Friends with himself as the leader, The Coon.

That's three episodes' worth of South Park at no cost, if you think about it.

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