Revealed at last year’s E3 Conference, Ubisoft has finally revealed details for their upcoming game, South Park: The Fractured But Whole. With the same brand of parody that made South Park a hit, Ubisoft unveiled a serious teaser trailer about worldwide turmoil. Just when fans thought it might be an announcement for another shooter game, Cartman appears, dressed as a superhero named Coon.

A sequel to South Park: The Stick of Truth, The Fractured But Whole parodies the world of comic book movie franchises and the formulas thereof. The story picks up right where the last video game left off, with the new kid in town crowned king only to find that the kids have switched games. He or she must now quest for acceptance in the group when they switch from playing fantasy to super heroes. Cartman, taking the role as Coon in their secret hide-out, helps you establish your identity and backstory, allowing players to customize their character once again.

When Cartman proposes a detailed roll-out of super hero movies and Netflix original series, the kids argue and a “civil war” begins. Each faction sets out to get rich on their respective made-up comic book characters.

Trey Parker and Matt Stone took the stage to help explain the new gameplay as only they can, with sarcasm and f-bombs abound. Parker stressed the importance of combat, being a fan of table-top role-playing games. That being said, combat in South Park: Divided But Whole is still turn-based, but characters can now move around a tile-based battleground. Pushing, pulling and using environmental props will also play into battle strategies, as well as points earned.

Because every super hero cliche needs a dark and troubled city, players will now be able to explore the faithfully-recreated mountain town at night. As with the first game, Divided But Whole is crafted to look identical to the TV show.

As an added incentive for fans, anyone who pre-orders South Park: The Fractured But Whole will receive a PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC version of The Stick of TruthThe Fractured But Whole is scheduled for launch on December 6.