Comedy Central’s South Park took part in San Diego Comic-Con 2016 with their landmark 20th season coming up. This included a special season 20 promo video called “We’ve Been There.”
In addition to promoting the show, a video for the next South Park video game was also released. The game, titled South Park: The Fractured But Whole, was announced at E3 2015. A gameplay demo and release date came next at E3 2016. The latest video is a behind the scenes preview, which runs over seven minutes and includes creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone talking about how they’re approaching the new game, how they chose the title, and more.
Continue below to watch the video.
A HEROâ€™S ORIGIN REVEALED
Every hero has a beginning. Are you an alien, a high-tech wonder, or a genetically altered mutant? Create your own one-of-a-kind costume, craft your origin story, and build out your unique superpowers to become the hero this city needs.
EXPLORE SOUTH PARK AT NIGHT
Not only has South Park grown with new places to explore and new characters to discover, but when the sun sets, havoc and chaos reign as the seedy underbelly of South Park comes alive. At night, a whole new world opens up where your alter ego can harness its powers to do whatever it takes to save the town.
COON AND FRIENDS, ASSEMBLE!
Recruit up to 13 members of Coon and Friends to your cause, including Mysterion, The Human Kite, and the infamous Coon himself. Combine your special powers with the heroes from Coon and Friends to eliminate anyone that gets in your way and defeat the dark power that has spread its evil tentacles over South Park.
AN OUTRAGEOUS RPG ADVENTURE
An all-new dynamic combat system offers new opportunities to manipulate time and space on the battlefield, and a revamped looting and crafting system gives you the freedom to develop and refine your powers as you progress through the game. Find loot hidden throughout the land and follow recipes to craft your own outrageous equipment to aid you in battle.
AUTHENTIC SOUTH PARK
This highly anticipated sequel features more than twice the amount of content than South Park: The Stick of Truth. Created, written, voiced, and directed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is authentic, interactive South Park at its finest â€“ hilarious, outrageous, and a whole lot of fun. Everything is bigger, longer, and goes deeper than before. Come on down to South Park and have yourself a time.