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. South Park: Phone Destroyer will feature a large number of character types, so do not be surprised to see knights and pirates confront clerics, angels, and even aliens. - Beat down opponents in real-time PVP battles.
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The game will have you embark on yet another journey in South Park, Colorado, where the protagonist will have to join the insane cos-playing antics of Cartman, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny. - Collect and upgrade over 80 unique cards featuring all-new, beautifully rendered designs. All of the microtransactions are optional and can be disabled in the game's menu, though expect to encounter some grinding later on in the story if you're adamant to play through the entirety of South Park: Phone Destroyer's campaign without spending anything. The game proper pushes plenty of premium currency, with powerful rare and epic cards on offer for those willing to reach into their virtual wallets for real money.
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While not a lot of gameplay is showcased in the trailer, it appears that the game is a bit like Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories with an action-based card system. There's also multiplayer available, although the mode might feel like a roadblock to some at times - some game progression is limited until players opt-in to an online game. Remember, you can always disable in-app purchases in your iOS device settings.