Ubisoft and Obsidian have gone through a lot with regards to South Park: The Stick of Truth, and at this point, the developers are just not sure if there will be any additional content... but there could be... maybe.

It's been a pretty bumpy road for Ubisoft in trying to publish South Park: The Stick of Truth after the original publishers, THQ, went bankrupt. The RPG had to be postponed and it seems that the publisher is pretty much done with the game. "As far as we know [Ubisoft and South Park] are done," Feargus Urquhart, Obsidian Entertainment CEO, told Polygon. "After all of the stress of the game getting done and changing publishers I think everyone sort of needed a hug."

However, this doesn't mean that the fans don't want DLC; it just means that after everything the game went through, Ubisoft probably won't be putting any out. South Park: The Stick of Truth has seen a total of three different publishers, and while there had been talk of DLC, Urquhart admitted that, "it was just stuff on paper" and that the team, "never went beyond talking about it." When the game moved from THQ (where the DLC was being talked about) to Ubisoft, the focus switched from what it could expand the game into to finishing the game and getting it on the market.

After all of the work that was done and the amount of energy it took out of the team to make a game worthy of the South Park title, it took them an entire year to even think about DLC again. At this point, South Park is closing in on a year old, and the time it takes to create new content would put us even further from its release. Would it even still be worth it for the team to spend those resources on a potential limited return?