Rapper's in-the-works game sees his late mother travelling through the gates of heaven
The creators of South Park have mocked Kanye West‘s in-the-works video game Only One.
The game, which was first revealed by West during his Madison Square Garden fashion show in February, focuses on the rapper’s late mother, Donda West. “The idea of the game is my mom travelling through the gates of heaven,” West explained at the time. Scroll below to watch the trailer.
The gaming industry got its first glimpse of West’s foray into video games at E3 in Los Angeles last week, where developers Encyclopedia Pictura presented a trailer for Only One. According to Encyclopedia Pictura’s website, the game has been in production since 2015 under the direction of Isaiah Saxon and Sean Hellfritsch. There’s still no word on when the game will be released or what platform it will be playable on.
Speaking at E3 alongside co-creator Matt Stone, Trey Parker teased the upcoming South Park: The Fractured But Whole by saying: “There’s a gay fish in South Park, and he loves fish sticks, and the gay fish actually wants you to help him get his mother into heaven, so you get to journey up and help this little gay fish get his mom into heaven.”
Parker was referring to an infamous 2009 episode of South Park which centred around West being called a “gay fish”.
West previously announced on Twitter that his next album will be named ‘Turbo Grafx 16’, explaining that the title is a homage to his favourite games console from when he was a kid, and said the record should drop this summer.
West recently dropped a brand new single called ‘Champions’ featuring a host of rappers including 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane and Desiigner.