If you were looking forward to South Park: The Stick of Truth this year, you’re going to be a little disappointed.  Ubisoft has announced the game is getting pushed back to March 04, 2014.

“Within three weeks after acquiring the game, we sadly realized we had to turn this thing upside down if we hoped to deliver the experience everybody wanted,” said Ubisoft North American president, Laurent Detoc. “It’s been such a major overhaul to get to the point where we are that we couldn’t let it go, even if that meant missing December.”

The good news is the company released a seven minute long gameplay video that is going to make you wish March was already here.


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  1. November 4, 2013 at 11:03 am — Reply

    Awww, I had this on my Christmas list. I’m not usually a fan of licensed games, with a few exceptions (LEGO, some Star Wars, the Batman Arkham games, etc), but this actually had my interest.

    But I suppose this could be a good thing. Taking the extra time instead of releasing a sub-par unfinished product (like some games have been) could mean a better game experience.

    • November 4, 2013 at 6:26 pm — Reply

      Yep! It is almost always better for the product to make sure it is ready for release. Sucks for the publisher to miss the holidays, but I am sure it will still sell well.

  2. Gary
    November 5, 2013 at 4:22 am — Reply

    Good lord yes, I want this

  3. November 6, 2013 at 3:35 pm — Reply

    Would rather have a later release date with a good game, than a too early one with a crappy one.

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