South Park: The Fractured But Whole Season Pass Details Announced

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From the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, The Fractured But Whole is a sequel to 2014's South Park: The Stick of Truth. As the sun sets on the quiet Colorado town, havoc and chaos unleash a reign of terror and the seedy underbelly of the city comes alive. This superhero wields the powers of both mint and berry in his cereal-based attacks, and is the only one of the kids to have actual superpowers. In the first DLC - Danger Deck - players will be tasked with facing an incredibly hard challenge created by Doctor Timothy, although what that challenge is has yet to be announced. As a standalone piece, it is valued at $5.99 and will be released in December 2017.

From Dusk til Casa Bonita: A new story where players will team up with The Coon and Mysterion to defeat a demonic presence at Casa Bonita. Some of this will be available this year, while others will arrive in 2018.

"Bring the Crunch"- Introduces a new story, including an all new superhero class.

The Day One content includes the "Relics of Zaron" costume and perks pack, giving you more ways to customize your character. This makes buying the season pass a saving of $7 for those that intend to get everything they can from the title, however those who have purchased the Gold Edition of the Collector's Gold Edition will already have it all included. If you pre-purchase the game at select partners, you can start playing The Stick of Truth immediately. And you don't even need to eat the crappy food. Timmy, who is wheelchair-bound and mostly talks by saying his own name, plays a Professor Xavier-style psychic hero in The Fractured But Whole, so he'll be involved in this reference to the X-Men's Danger Room.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole will be releasing for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC next week on the 17th.

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