South Park: The Fractured But Whole’s Developers Matt Stone and Trey Parker recently sat down with IGN, and revealed their opinions on DLC, and if there will be post-launch content for their game.
Stone and Parker said that they don’t want people to think about the game’s DLC like “here’s this other thing that was cut because it’s s#!t,” but this time, “if there is good downloadable content, we would do it.”
Matt Stone: I think we’re reacting to the idea that we don’t want to put out anything that’s like, here’s this other thing that was cut because it’s s#!t.
Trey Parker: But you can download it!
Matt Stone: Yeah, we were like, screw that. This game, we think there might be… if there is good downloadable content, we would do it.
Trey Parker: But it’s also… the world has changed too for games. It’s not like you have this game and you have a couple things to download. You have this game and you’re trying to create this living thing. … You’ve got the world, and now we can — instead of starting from scratch — we can say, here’s a little adventure we can do. And as long as it’s not bulls#!t, as long as it’s real work, that’s cool. It’s more like, it’s extras. You can tell that they were things that were thrown aside.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole releases for PS4, Xbox One and PC on December 6.