You can now play the free trial of South Park: The Fractured But Whole. It’s available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The trial allows you to play one hour of the game, without any other gameplay limitations. All your progress carries over if you decide to purchase the full game.
If you’ve wanted to give South Park: The Fractured But Whole a spin, but are skiddish about sinking the money, you’re in luck. At least, if you own a console. Ubisoft has launched a free trial of Fractured But Whole, which you can play on either Xbox One and PlayStation 4. So far, there’s no word on a free trial on the PC. There are “no alterations to gameplay”, so you can experience everything the game has to offer in the beginning hour. Yes, sadly, the trial only lets you play for one hour. This is a free trial, after all, so it’s to be expected that at least some limitations will apply. According to Eurogamer, after the hour is over, you can then buy the game, and all of your progress from the trial will carry over.
In South Park: The Fractured But Whole, you take control of The New Kid. You and your family have just arrived to South Park. Soon enough, you’ll be in the middle of a conflict between two warring sides of superhero teams, and the plot just keeps getting more and more convoluted and insane as the game goes on. Also, fart jokes. All of the fart jokes. It’s truly South Park, through and through.
So, if you own an Xbox or PS4, you can give South Park a spin and see if you’d want to buy it. And, if you get stuck in the game, check out some of our guides, like South Park Fractured But Whole Memberberries Locations, South Park Fractured But Whole Yaoi Art Locations, and South Park Fractured But Whole Selfie Locations & Requirements.