Trey Parker and Matt Stone are making another South Park game, in 3D this time - report

By Kes Eylers-Stephenson,
A new 3D South Park game headed up by creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone is supposedly in development via an internal studio. The report has been dredged from the new deal the pair have struck with ViacomCBS.

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Bloomberg picked up the report — though our source was VG247 — which states that Trey Parker and Matt Stone are moving on from 2D South Park into the new dimensions of 3D. The creative duet has signed with ViacomCBS for $900 million over the next six years. This will give us South Park until Season 30 as well as 14 movies... I'm sorry. Let me just check that. Nope. That is indeed more than two films a year and that is indeed a lot of money.

Bloomberg's newsletter references an email exchange with Matt Stone that might confirm the existence of a new game, as well as a new look. Both The Stick of Truth and sequel Fractured but Whole were 2D RPGs set in the popular satire series' universe and were developed in collaboration with Ubisoft. However, this entry seems set to change all that. An internal studio unaffiliated with Ubisoft — though still helmed by the creators — will be moving into the world of 3D.

Were you big fans of the games and series? What do you want to see out of the next one? Any concerns about the 2D/3D transition? Let us know in the comments!
Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Written by Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Editor Kes is our resident expert in PlayStation and Sony news. He writes about PS5 games like LEGO Horizon Adventures, Assassin’s Creed Shadows, Kingdom Come Deliverance II, Concord, and Death Stranding 2 using experience from years of PlayStation gaming. He also covers PS Plus news, as well as his favorite games — The Witcher 3, God of War, and The Last of Us — before an evening swim.
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