During the recent THQ Nordic Digital Showcase, the publisher teased a new South Park game, while also stating that it has 25 more unannounced projects in the works. A message at the end of the live stream said the publisher had 26 unannounced titles in development, before the number was written down and changed to 25. A short teaser for a new South Park game was then shown.
Despite THQ still having plenty of unannounced games in development, their digital demo event didn’t disappoint fans. The hour-long event gave fans a sneak peek at previously announced titles like Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed and Way of The Hunter, plus new trailers for Alone In The Dark, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake and more.
However, the short teaser for the new South Park game is what really surprised fans. There are basically no details to share about what the game might focus on, other than the very short sentence spoken at the end of the show. It can be assumed that due to the fact that it was only a joke, development was likely to be in the very early stages.
The last major South Park game released in 2017 came back when Ubisoft released South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which was a sequel to 2014’s South Park: The Stick Of Truth. Both titles received positive reviews from critics and fans, but it remains unclear whether or not THQ will stick with the RPG genre of the previous games.
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone recently revealed that they will be working on a new “3D video game,” as previously reported. Bloomberg. But it has not been confirmed whether or not THQ’s upcoming project will be the same as the one announced by Parker and Stone. If so, fans can probably expect an incredibly different approach compared to recent RPG titles.
Fans can check out the short teaser below or watch the full THQ Nordic show in the video above.
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