A 'South Park' mobile game is coming this year

Cartman's comin'.
Billy Steele
B. Steele|06.12.17

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Billy Steele
June 12, 2017 5:17 PM

If you're bored with Pokémon Go and happen to be a fan of Comedy Central's animated misfits, you'll soon be in luck. Ubisoft's RedLynx teamed up with South Park Digital Studios for South Park: Phone Destroyer, a free-to-play mobile game that's set to arrive on Android and iOS later this year. Ubisoft says the game is designed so nothing is blocked behind a paywall and every part of the game is available to everyone -- whether they choose to spend money or not.

The game itself is a card collection and battle title where you put together a team of characters to defeat your opponent. There's strategy, PvP battles and terrible jokes right on your phone so the chaos can follow you wherever you go. We're sure to hear an exact release date soon, but for now Ubisoft says the game will be available for download later in 2017. Ubisoft's console and PC title, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, will finally arrive on October 17th after a second delay.

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