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South Park brings us one step closer to smell-o-vision

Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Nosulus Rift, a device that lets you smell your own farts in South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

It’s all complete nonsense, obviously, but the trailer managed to get more than a giggle or two out of us.

South Park aficionados will know how much the show loves a bit of toilet humour, whether it’s a bit of talking poop or Cartman doing the deed on his teacher’s desk.

Ubisoft has taken this silliness in its stride, producing a parody trailer that is not only a bit of fun, but tremendously well produced for what is essentially some silly marketing.

You’ll be taken through the creation of Nosulus Rift, a device that straps onto your nose and blasts virtual farts into your nostrils.

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Be aware that the trailer does contain some mild nudity, and a bunch of gross-out humour that South Park fans will adore.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC on December 6, 2016.

Those who pre-order the game ahead of its release will receive a digital copy of South Park: The Stick of Truth, a fantastically crude RPG that should prepare you for the sequel.

Would you dare try on an Nosulus Rift? Let us know in the comments.

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