Update: Stick of Truth PC stock shortage in SA
Many gamers hoping to grab South Park: The Stick of Truth on PC will have to wait a bit longer
Update: Megarom, distributor of Ubisoft products in South Africa, has clarified that from their side, they fulfilled pre-order numbers as requested by retailers, and that pre-order stock allocations were not cut.
Megarom is anticipating more PC stock to arrive by the end of next week (the week of 9-14 March).
In the weeks leading up to the launch of south Park: The Stick of Truth, much was made of the uncensored PC version versus the censored console version of the game. Could this have led to increased demand for the PC version? Did this sway your purchase decision? Let us know in the comments.
Original article: A large game retailer has confirmed to MyGaming that launch stock allocations of South Park: The Stick of Truth on PC have been cut in SA.
This has led to a shortfall in fulfilling PC pre-orders. The retailer’s spokesperson said it is not clear when the next batch of PC copies will be available, but it could be another two to three weeks from the time of writing.
Xbox 360 and PS3 allocations have not been affected.
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Console versions of South Park: The Stick of Truth will have censored scenes for its Europe, Middle-East, and Africa (EMEA) release (which includes South Africa). The PC version will not be censored. South Park: The Stick of Truth carries a PEGI 18 rating.
The game is written and voiced by series creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and will require players to arm themselves in order to defeat the crabpeople, underpants gnomes, goddamn hippies, and other forces of evil.
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