South Park to celebrate it’s 20th Anniversary at Comic-Con 2016 with exclusive ‘The Fractured But Whole’ panel and interactive exhibits

By ·July 7, 2016 11:41 am

Comedy Central, South Park studios and Ubisoft are teaming up to deliver another sneak peak at the South Park: The Fractured But Whole video game at this years San Diego Comic-Con. During which they will also be holding a panel for the video game at on Friday, July 22 at 5pm PT which will be moderated by Chris Hardwick.

Fans will also be able to field the panelists questions about how South Park the show has evolved and diversified over it’s massive 20 years of existence. Perhaps someone will find out why we’re hardly ever treated to Cartman’s famously offensive songs anymore.

There will also be a South Park fan experience celebrating 20 years of the show on exhibit at Comic-Con 2016. It will be situated at the Martin Luther King Jr. promenade park, opposite the convention center:

The centerpiece of the celebration, “South Park 20 Experience,” will allow fans to explore and insert themselves into 20 iconic and fan favorite scenes. Visitors can recharge their bodies, minds and devices at the Hulu Viewing Lounge, which will be screening episodes across all seasons of “South Park.” “The Coon & Friends Experience” from Ubisoft featuring real-world items from the highly-anticipated new video game, “South Park: The Fractured But Whole” will be open to explore. Twenty unique artists will honor “South Park’s” 20th season with new work that has been curated by world-renowned pop culture artist Ron English. Fans can also visit a retrospective gallery featuring original animation cells from the pilot episode of “South Park.” All this and much, much more will be available at the “South Park 20 Experience.”

The South Park 20 Experience will be open 9:30am – 7pm Thursday to Saturday and 9:30am – 5pm on Sunday.

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The 20th season premiere of South Park will be September 14 with South Park: The Fractured But Whole video game being released on December 6th.

Image Credit: Comedy Central

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