South Park: The Fractured But Whole is getting a season pass

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Fart your way into South Park: The Fractured But Whole

The Fractured But Whole a mere four days away, Ubisoft has finally dropped the details on the game's season pass-because of course, there's going to be one. Costing $29.99, The Fractured But Whole Season Pass will include three major DLCs, including new stories and bonuses. Pre-ordering the game before its launch also nets the player an instant download code for the first game, The Stick of Truth. "Danger Deck" will be available for $5.99 on December 2017. Otherwise, the season pass can be bought for $30. Do you plan on picking up the new South Park game? Following that, in the DLC titled From Dusk till Casa Bonita, players will face a demon with help from The Coon and Mysterion in the titular birthday locale.

The second lot of DLC is called "From Dusk till Casa Bonita", which is the first of two now planned story episodes. Today developer and publisher Ubisoft revealed some brand new details about the upcoming RPG's season pass. This content will be available for $11.99 in 2018. It will be available for $11.99 in 2018.

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First and foremost, season pass owners will be receive access to two different DLC packs on day one. The game itself will be launching on October 17th next week. This will be followed by "Towelie: Your Gaming Bud", which is an "in-game buddy giving tips", on October 24.

So, mostly costume packs and slight add-ons, but still pretty ideal for fans of the South Park franchise. 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 hit store shelves on October 17, 2017, and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.

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