+ Sunday September 22nd, 2019

If you’re a fan of Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s fantastic cartoon South Park, you’ll be happy to hear that Ubisoft is bringing South Park: Phone Destroyer, from South Park Digital Studios to Android and iOS later this year.

The announcement was made earlier this morning at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, where Ubisoft dropped a trailer for the game showing off what’s possibly expect when the game launches.

The game description from Ubisoft lists the game as:

South Park: Phone Destroyer brings you iconic South Park characters, action packed real-time strategy, exploding PvP battles, trademark South Park humor and collectible cards in a perfect mix that’s spicier than Cartman’s chili con carne.
Assemble the ultimate team of cowboys, wizards, cyborgs and more and get ready to crush your opponent!

The trailer shows a bit more, with Cartman calling his friends on mobile advising it’s time to play Cowboys vs Indians…a phrase changed to the more politically correct Cowboys vs Native Americans in the rest of the promo. It seems it’ll also be Cowboys vs Buccaneers, Knights, Princesses, Bards, Choir Boys, Clerics, Angels, Cops, Wizards, Aliens, Pigeons…and Cock Magic?

Check it out:

No exact date has been given for the launch of the game as yet, but it looks like a lot of fun. The game will be free to play, so expect to see In-App Purchases involved when it does make it to the Play Store.

Daniel Tyson  


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