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. I haven't played enough of the game to know if that's ironic or not, but with a focus on player-versus-player combat and rare cards that seem much more powerful than common ones, I'm leaning towards yes. For this reason, Ubisoft shared on its YouTube channel the launch trailer for South Park: Phone Destroyer.
The game offers real-time PvP battles as well as a single player story, which has been created in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios. - Collect and upgrade over 80 unique cards featuring all-new, beautifully rendered designs.
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A whole new South Park experience with new and twisted versions of iconic characters like Stan of Many Moons, Cyborg Kenny, Ninjew Kyle, Grand Wizard Cartman... and many more! Every card has a class, but "most cards in the game also represent one of four themes: adventure, sci-fi, mystical, and fantasy, and you can only choose two themes for each deck". Gamers who are interested will be able to download the game via the iTunes App Store or Google Play. 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. "To disable the ability to make in-app purchases, adjust your device settings".
"South Park" is not the lone animated series to expand its content in mobile apps.