Ubisoft announced that South Park: The Fractured But Whole” has now gone gold, weeks prior to its official launching on October 17. This is quite a happy news since fans saw the game suffer a delay twice over its original release date.

To mark this development milestone and fuel the anticipation for the game, the game publisher launched the Gold trailer. Interestingly, the latest sneak peek contains some references, Easter Eggs, and it also pokes fun at rapper husband of Kim Kardashian, Kanye West.

Check out the latest teaser below.

As shown in the Gold trailer, a gay fish is crying when hero SEMEN appears with his sidekick.

The fish then tells him about his trouble and that is how to get his mother to heaven.

So, their adventure trip to the past begins. The said sequence is a combo between “Flappy Bird” and “Robert Unicorn Attack.” In the end, his mother reached heaven.

References and Easter Eggs

While it may not reveal much, the trailer indicates a sheer reference to Kanye West. It touches on the rapper's in-development game “Only One.” It is based on his single of the same title and how his late mother Donda reached heaven by riding a Unicorn.

Moreover, the gay fish is also a reference to the character from Season 13 of “South Park,” where the game series is based on. The said episode was titled “Fishsticks” and first premiered in 2009.

The episode contained a parody of West’s song that referred to the rapper as a gay fish.

Back at E3, “South Park” co-creator Trey Parker notably commented, “Y’all just be acting like this s*** is regular.” Funnily, these were the exact words from West when he revealed his game. The rapper has not fired back or said anything about the mockery since, so, this means it is just ok with him.

Show creators' involvement

In more news, Ubisoft revealed how the game will "stack up" to the TV show with regard to humor and art. In the latest interview with ShackNews, the developer talked about the show creators’ involvement in the development of the game.

Ubisoft cited how the collaboration from day one played a vital role to ensure that the game would turn out as great as it could be.

So, the entire crew of South Park Studios was very much involved throughout the process. It added that what it means is that basically, 20 to 40 people at South Park Studios were part of the art team at various stages of the project.

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” is just as controversial as previous titles in the series. However, the new entry is no longer censored like the “Stick of Truth” in Australia and other regions. The RPG will be launched on PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 17.