South Park and video game fans alike have been eagerly awaiting the long in-production sequel The Fractured But Whole from Ubisoft. Today, the company has sent out a new press release that details season pass plans along with new DLC information.
It has now been revealed that the Season Pass will add Stick of Truth costumes and perks, Towelie game tips, new combat challenges, two new story missions, including new combat buddies, new superhero costumes and a lot more perks.
Season Pass owners will be able to enjoy three DLCs. They include "Danger Deck", where players will have to face the ultimate combat challenge in Doctor Timothy's Danger Deck. They will be able to unlock exclusive costumes and artifacts. "Danger Deck" will be available for $5.99 on December 2017. "From Dusk till Casa Bonita" is a new story where players will team up with The Coon and Mysterion to defeat a demonic presence at Casa Bonita. This content will be available for $11.99 in 2018. And then there is "Bring the Crunch", which will introduce a new story, including an all new superhero class. It will be available for $11.99 in 2018.
In addition, the Season Pass will also include free Day One content. "Relics of Zaron" (costume and perks pack) is available for $4.99 on October 17th. "Towelie: Your Gaming Bud" (in game buddy giving tips) is available for $1.99 on October 24th. The Season Pass will be available on October 17th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and Windows PC at a price of $29.99.The Season Pass is also part of the Gold Edition, already available for pre-order at southpark.Ubisoft.com. Here is the official description for the game.
"This highly anticipated sequel features more than twice the amount of content than South Park: The Stick of Truth. Created, written, voiced, and directed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is authentic, interactive South Park at its finest, hilarious, outrageous, and a whole lot of fun. Everything is bigger, longer, and goes deeper than before. Come on down to South Park and have yourself a time."
South Park: The Fractured But Whole has caught a lot of attention for it's difficulty slider. The game's difficulty level will be automatically increased, if a player chooses a dark-skinned character. When setting up your character and deciding on his or her skin color, Cartman has this to say about your choice.
"Don't worry, this doesn't effect combat. Just every other aspect of your whole life."
South Park Season 21 debuted Wednesday, September 13 with all-new episodes and continues throughout the fall. South Park: The Fractured But Whole is debuting October 17, which is in just a few days. So, fans, the wait is almost over! It's time to get excited.