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South Park: The fractured but whole Switch Edition, planned to be released on march, the 13th 2018.

 

I don't know if it's true or not, but this will be one of the grestest ports the Switch can have this year.



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Thatbisba surprise. Never thought I would see another south park game Inna Nintendo system.



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It wouldn't surprise me. I think Ubisoft said they were going to try to put more games on the Switch and South Park is one that I don't think would take too much for them to port over.



Not seen South Park in well over a decade. I think the last episode I saw Cartman wanted a Wii. Despite juvenile humor are they decent RPGs with good depth?



Wasn't there ones a news that Ubisoft wanted to put South Park on the Switch but Nintendo asked them not to do it? Or was it only a rumor?



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This would be a great port for the Switch to have, I'm always happy for more RPGs to come over



I feel like stuff like this is just a matter of time. There's no way the switch is going to get everything but less demanding games like south park are a safe bet with how successful the system has been



Still haven't gotten it yet, so I'd get it on Switch. Would be a great game to play on the bus.



This is such a natural fit for the Switch. Good play on Ubisoft if true, and a good game for Nintendo to have.



XD84 said:
Wasn't there ones a news that Ubisoft wanted to put South Park on the Switch but Nintendo asked them not to do it? Or was it only a rumor?

Nintendo asked for more mature games from developers, so I doubt its true.