Monday, August 09, 2021
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have inked a new $900 million deal that will see the duo creating several more series of the show, a bunch of new spin-off movies, and a new video game. The deal with ViacomCBS will be paid out over the next six years, in what is apparently one of the richest TV deals ever.
While the new seasons of the show and 14 (yes, fourteen) accompanying movies for Comedy Central will be released via Viacom's Paramount+ streaming service between now and 2027, a “3D video game that is set in the world of South Park,” is also on the cards, according to a report from Bloomberg.
There's no mention of Ubisoft regarding the new South Park video game, or whether it'll tie-in with previous Ubi South Park efforts, Stick of Truth and The Fractured But Whole. However, it's certain, that for the next six years at least, South Park isn't likely to go anywhere. “South Park pays the bills and then some," Matt Stone remarked. “Trey and I have used that to pay for other stuff we want to do.”
Expect further, more concrete official details on the South Park game at a later date.
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