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Post by Dan @ 04:25pm 05/02/14 | 7 Comments
If you're the type of videogame enthusiast that wants all of their games on Steam and feels pestered by a secondary login of publisher's own services like Ubisoft's Uplay, then Obsidian Entertainment has good news for you regarding the upcoming launch of South Park: The Stick of Truth.

Addressing fan Q&A via its official Twitter account an Obsidian rep has confirmed that South Park: The Stick of Truth will be a Steam game with Steam achievements, and will not require or feature any implementation of the Uplay platform.
@Obsidian: .@TheYachmenev No, Uplay will not be featured in SP:SOT

-2:06 PM - 4 Feb 2014
While a complete explanation wasn't offered, it seems likely that the omission is due to the game having started its life under now defunct publisher THQ before it was acquired by Ubisoft during THQ's bankruptcy proceedings. In a subsequent Twitter reply Obsidian posits that "Uplay was not integrated at all into SP:SOT", indicating that there's no option to use Uplay for the game, even if a player wanted to.

South Park: The Stick of Truth is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on March 6th 2014.












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eski
Posted 04:37pm 05/2/14
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dais
Posted 05:11pm 05/2/14
IVY_MiKe
Posted 05:50pm 05/2/14
Nice
carson
Posted 09:26pm 05/2/14
If I get an american to buy this for me will it be uncensored? Or will they apply some sort of censorship to it?
Mantorok
Posted 10:14pm 05/2/14
Should be. You can cut out the middle man and just buy it from Amazon though, they only need a US postal address.
carson
Posted 06:11am 06/2/14
Amazon have a steam key?
TiT
Posted 11:25am 06/2/14
or just buy it from a cdkey website from overseas
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