If you’re a Nintendo Switch owner and are yet to play the excellent South Park game, The Stick of Truth, good news; the title will hit the portable console next week.
The RPG was originally released back in 2014 for the PS3 and Xbox 360, featuring the classic visuals of the TV show. It was even written and directed by the cartoon’s creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, making it feel exactly like a South Park game should.
The Stick of Truth will be available as a digital download only and will hit the Switch on September 25 in the US, so the 26th here in Australia, which is next Wednesday. Its sequel, The Fractured But Whole, was released on the console earlier this year, so you’ll now be able to hit up both on the go if you’re keen.
Both titles have you create a character of your own, letting you interact with familiar faces around the town of South Park, including the kids, Kyle, Stan, Kenny, Cartman, Butters, and more. I like to think of them less as games, and more as long interactive episodes of the show, in that they’re entertaining, but don’t offer a whole lot in terms of replayability.
It’ll go for $US29.99 on the Nintendo eStore, but no Australian prices are floating around just yet. If they’re gonna stick with USD, it converts to $41.66 at the time of writing.