Trey Parker says "f**k that" to cutting content for DLC

South Park co-creator says he was not interested in offering trimmed-down content for The Stick of Truth as expansion packs.


South Parker co-creator Trey Parker has spoken out to say "f**k that" in response to releasing content trimmed from The Stick of Truth as downloadable content.

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During a Comic-Con panel yesterday attended by Polygon, Parker said the script he and Matt Stone wrote for The Stick of Truth ballooned to 850 pages, which was too long to be realistic.

Parker explained that his team was urged to "cut it down, cut it down, cut it down," and instead use this extra content as DLC. This drew jeers from the crowd, Polygon reports.

"And I agree…f**k that," Parker said.

Though this extra content isn't likely to appear in The Stick of Truth, Parker said the material will see the light of day somehow, potentially through an episode of the show.

Parker and Stone also revealed during the panel that they were inspired by The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Earthbound, Paper Mario, and The Legend of Zelda when originally setting out to make The Stick of Truth.

The Stick of Truth launches later this year for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. For more, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

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