South Park: The Stick of Truth drops to $40 a month after release
Retailers Amazon and GameStop offering $20 discount on licensed RPG from Obsidian Entertainment.
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One month after release, new copies of Ubisoft's role-playing game South Park: The Stick of Truth, developed by Fallout: New Vegas studio Obsidian Entertainment, are now available at retailers like Amazon and GameStop for $40. That's $20 below the game's original $60 asking price at launch last month.
The new, lower price point is currently good for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC versions of the game at Amazon, while GameStop's savings are only for consoles. The PC version continues to sell for $60 through Ubisoft's store and Steam. It's unclear if the new $40 price point for South Park: The Stick of Truth is an official price drop or just a retailer-led promotion. We have reached out to Ubisoft for comment.
For more on South Park: The Stick of Truth, check out GameSpot's review.