Not for the first time, the cartoon series raises a stink.
By
Devon Ivie

16 Aug 2016 - 11:27 AM  UPDATED 16 Aug 2016 - 11:27 AM

Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe are going to be thrilled with this new (foul) take on virtual reality. Ubisoft, the French video game developer, has announced a special virtual reality mask that will "pump fart smells in gamers' nostrils" while playing the new game South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

Dubbed Nosolus Rift (hehe), the immersive system won't be available for public sale, as it was specifically designed for use at live gaming events around the world.

The Fractured But Whole, though, will be on the market beginning December 6 - the role-playing game "casts players as the gassy new kid in town and lampoons superhero culture". Because not all heroes wear capes, but they do indeed utilise their ass powers to fart.

The 20th season of South Park premieres in September on SBS 2 and SBS On Demand.

In the meantime, watch this episode from season 5, in which Butters uncovers a hidden secret in his parents' marriage - with tragic results: 

And here's Marc Fennell talking to Trey Parker and Matt Stone for The Feed:

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