But only on Xbox One or PlayStation 4. The game is available now as a free trial with no gameplay restrictions, for one whole hour.
What's more is, if the South Park bug bites hard enough and you're keen to keep going after your one hour is up, just purchase the game and all your progress is carried over to the newly-purchased product.
We reviewed the game recently and wrote:
If you played South Park: The Stick of Truth, you’re largely in for a very familiar experience here. In Obsidian’s foray, some of the fart and mini-game controls were a bit… well, not so great. Ubisoft San Francisco has listened to that feedback and addressed this in spades. The game’s main mini-game is, as you can only expect from Matt and Trey, about shitting. In fact there’s an initial challenge thrown down to the gamer to try and shit in every toilet in the town of South Park. It’s a game about shitting.
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But funnily enough, South Park as a brand is about shitting on everything. They even had an episode about how many times was too many times to say shit in a TV show back when swearing was creeping into mainstream, primetime TV. They love the word, and they love act (shit measured in Courics, for example), and in South Park: The Fractured But Whole, it’s front and centre of the whole damn thing; aiming squarely for the S-Bend, with
aplomb abomb. And that’s okay, because it works here and the comedy fits. Just bear this in mind: if you don’t like shit, dick and fart jokes, this game might not be for you.