The lights are on
The oft-delayed South Park: The Stick of Truth finally has a release date. After surviving the transition in publishers from now-defunct THQ to Ubisoft, Obsidian's RPG take on the quiet Colorado town will arrive before the end of the year.
In addition to the December 10, 2013, release date, the title is getting a collector's edition with both digital and physical bonuses. In addition to the "Fellowship Pack" that comes with all pre-orders (pictured below), the collector's edition comes with a vinyl Grand Wizard Cartman figure from Kidrobot and a Kingdom of South Park map.
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The collector's edition will be available for $79.99. You can check out the new trailer and screenshots below, our coverage from Gamescom, and an interview we conducted with South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone on the game.
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A perfect accompaniment to a very South Park Christmas. I think this will be the first South Park game to look and feel like the show, and still be fantastic to play.
aawesome cant wait.
Finally, a release date! Time to upgrade my edition.
Forget GTA, this is GOTY material.
Damn. Why did they have to push it back so far? I won't have my PS3 anymore by the time this comes. And I really, really wanna play this. :( Maybe I'll get lucky and they make a next gen version.
It's about time, can't wait till December.
my most anticipated current-gen game of this year