Become a South Park Grand Wizard this December


Nabbed by Ubisoft during the THQ going out of business sale, Obsidian Entertainment’s South Park RPG, The Stick of Truth, is officially slated to ship across North America on December 10th for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

With the 17th season premiere set to air tonight on Comedy Central, Ubisoft is kicking off the South Park party with a new trailer for The Stick of Truth as well as details about the game’s pre-order bonus and collector’s edition — in addition to the aforementioned launch date announcement.


The South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition, priced at $79.99, comes with an exclusive 6″ Grand Wizard Cartman figure by Kidrobot, a hand-drawn map of South Park Kingdom, and the Ultimate Fellowship Pack, which includes these four bonus costumes: Necromancer Sorcerer (increased fire damage), Rogue Assassin (earn extra gold), Ranger Elf (increased weapon damage), or Holy Defender (increased defense). If you don’t feel like spending the extra cash on the Grand Wizard Edition, you can still get the Ultimate Fellowship content for free by pre-ordering the standard edition.

Now go forth and fulfill your destiny by watching the new South Park: The Stick of Truth trailer!

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