South Park: The Fractured But Whole receives Season Pass details

South Park Franchise Prequel

Fart your way into South Park: The Fractured But Whole

South Park, the TV show, is now in its 21st season and, even though some people think the older episodes haven't aged too well, the show remains very popular.

Wondering what Ubisoft has planned for South Park: The Fractured but Whole's Season Pass?

As with most South Park episodes, there are a couple of running jokes that play out, and the other main one is Netflix's indiscriminate green-lighting of new series, which Cartman and the gang intend to exploit to launch their own superhero franchise, titled Coon and Friends.

The final scene is essentially the trailer we saw at E3 2016, setting us up for the video game.

So, mostly costume packs and slight add-ons, but still pretty ideal for fans of the South Park franchise. It is, as you might expect, ridiculous. "Danger Deck", which drops for $6 for non-season pass owners, has players go into battle against Doctor Timothy's Danger Deck. Playing this unlocks exclusive costumes and artifacts.

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. A pair of story expansions won't be available until 2018. Purchased standalone, Danger Deck will cost $5.99. That upgrade is available from the game's release for anyone who buys the pass. It'll be $11.99 when it arrives in 2018. That DLC is out on day one for season pass owners, and available by October 24 for non-pass buyers.

Bring the Crunch: Another new story, details of which haven't been revealed, featuring a new superhero class. This will be followed by "Towelie: Your Gaming Bud", which is an "in-game buddy giving tips", on October 24.

South Park Fractured But Hole is the sequel to South Park The Stick of Truth released on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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