South Park: The Stick of Truth was one of my most-anticipated video games on 2013, and then I didn’t know if it would even be released in 2013. The release was originally set for April, but then publisher THQ went bankrupt. The game was then picked up Ubisoft, but still didn’t have a release date. They didn’t even announce one at the game’s Comic-Con panel, which contained plenty of details about the game itself. But now I’ll know when to throw down my hard-earned dollars for the South Park role-playing game: November 19th.
A new trailer has been released, and it shows that the game will be just as juvenile and offensive as you think. Thank goodness. Hit the jump to check out the trailer, and click here to pre-order South Park: The Stick of Truth on Xbox 360, PS3, or PC.
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