South Park: The Fractured But Whole’s Season Pass Finally Detailed; Includes New Story in Classic Locations

South Park: The Fractured But Whole’s Season Pass Finally Detailed; Includes New Story in Classic Locations

Players who buy the season pass for South Park: The Fractured But Whole will receive access to three different DLC packs.

If you’ve been wondering how much time you’ll be spending in South Park, Colorado after South Park: The Fractured But Whole’s credits roll, then wonder no more. Today developer and publisher Ubisoft revealed some brand new details about the upcoming RPG’s season pass.

First and foremost, season pass owners will be receive access to two different DLC packs on day one. One will be titled Relics of Zaron pack, which will include new costumes and perks, while the other will be (the previously-revealed) Towlie: Your Gaming Bud, which will also be available to players who pre-order.

In addition to that, season pass owners will of course get access to a slew of other DLC’s — offering additional challenges and story options. 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. 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. Finally, Bring the Crunch will add a brand new story to the game along with a new superhero class, but details about this new narrative have not yet been announced.

Danger Deck will be available in December 2017, while From Dusk till Casa Bonita and Bring the Crunch will hit sometime in 2018.

Of course, all the aforementioned DLC can be purchased separately for those who don’t want to spend $29.99 on the season pass. Prices for each DLC range from $1.99 to $11.99 — with the total purchased separately going as high as around $37.

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. Check out some images from the locales below: