isn't involved with the newly announced South Park: The Fractured but Whole, but CEO Feargus Urquhart has said they're "super excited" to know more is on the way.
The original South Park: The Stick of Truth was hailed as a great nod to fans, with Matt Stone and Trey Parker being the ones to take the idea to Obsidian. The project was rescued by.
"We are super excited to see another South Park game getting made and can't wait to play it ourselves," said Urquhart. His studio is close to 200 staff and their hands are full with RPG Pillars of Eternity, tank-based MMO Armored Warfare, and a "couple of fun things to announce in the next few months."
The collapse of THQ nearly took the South Park RPG with it but fortunately it got snapped up. Now Ubisoft are developing the sequel in-house and with creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker, who had sworn they'd never do another video game. Thankfully, they lied.
South Park: The Fractured but Whole releases on PC and console at an undisclosed date.