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outh Park: The Fractured but Whole From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search South Park: The Fractured but Whole 2D animated children in superhero costumes face each other preparing for battle against a snowy background. At the top of the image the title reads "South Park: The Fractured but Whole" Developer(s) Ubisoft San Francisco Publisher(s) Ubisoft Director(s) Trey Parker Christopher Brion Jason V. Schroeder Producer(s) Eric Stough Adrien Beard Bruce Howell Todd Benson Elena-Diana Sfecia Designer(s) Kenneth Strickland Programmer(s) Hiro Kobota Artist(s) Joel Hanlin Shawn Hricz Writer(s) Trey Parker Jolie Menzel Matt Stone Composer(s) Jamie Dunlap Series South Park Engine Snowdrop Platform(s) Microsoft Windows PlayStation 4 Xbox One Nintendo Switch Release October 17, 2017 Genre(s) Role-playing Mode(s) Single-player South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a 2017 role-playing video game developed by U bisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios. Based on the American adult animated television series South Park, it is the sequel to the 2014 video game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game's narrative occurs one day after the events of its predecessor; it follows the New Kid, who has recently moved to South Park and becomes involved in an epic roleplay involving two rival superhero factions vying to create their own superhero media franchises. The superheroes' game unintentionally uncovers a conspiracy to raise crime in the town, bringing them into conflict with supervillains, genetically engineered monsters, the police, crime families, and the new kingpin of crime. The game is played from a 2.5D third-person perspective, replicating the aesthetic of the television series. The New Kid is able to freely explore South Park, interacting with characters, undertaking quests, and accessing new areas by progressing through the main story. The player can choose from up to ten superhero archetypes ranging from high-speed Speedsters, close-combat Brutalists, powerful Psychics, and healing Plantmancers; each offering unique abilities. The New Kid and up to three allies fight their enemies using attacks including melee, ranged, and powerful farts. Battles take place on a grid, around which participants can move freely. Attacks have specific areas of effect, requiring tactical positi