The free-to-play role-playing card game lets you play as some of the most well known characters from the animated series, including Kenny, Eric, Kyle and Stan.
This being South Park, you will find all of your favorite characters and voices in the game, as well as what seems to be a rather intriguing storyline.
If you haven't been able to get your South Park fix with the release of Fractured But Whole and your regularly released TV show, there is now more playable South Park out there for you. There's also a PvP mode where you can use the cards you've unlocked to compete against other players.
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The game is virtually free to download and play, but it's sprinkled with optional in-app purchases ranging from $2.99 to $69.99. Everything can be earned in the game without paying, but you can choose to spend real world money if you wish.
The game doesn't bother to reinvent the wheel when it comes to card-based RPGs, but its presentation is sure to delight fans of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's beloved cartoon. As in publisher Ubisoft's South Park console games, you play as the New Kid as you work your way through a single-player campaign. The game is designed so that nothing is ever locked behind a paywall.
The launch trailer presents in a general way details of the history of South Park: Phone Destroyer. "To disable the ability to make in-app purchases, adjust your device settings".