You can now play the first hour of South Park: The Fractured But Whole for free
That's three episodes' worth of South Park at no cost, if you think about it.
Console gamers still unsure whether the latest South Park game is for them can now take the ribald RPG for a spin without dropping a dime thanks to a one-hour free trial available now on PS4 and Xbox One.
The trial picks up from the start of the game and doesn't lock you off from any content - the one-hour time limit is the only restriction you have to worry about. If you dig what the game is throwing down, you can snag the full game and all the progress you've made in the trial will carry over, saving you from hearing the same jokes over again.
What we thought...
Ubisoft has drawn from something solid and delivered an absolute blast that's more potent in all respects. Read more…
We had a great time with South Park: The Fractured But Whole in our review (check it out above), thanks in large part to its massively-expanded combat system and increased range of abilities compared to the previous game, South Park: The Stick of Truth. If you've got any interest in the game at all, free is a hard price to pass up.
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