This Tuesday, players will be able to delve into a new adventure with the South Park gang, when The Fractured But Whole finally makes its way to store shelves and digital release.
If you want a little taste of Fractured But Whole before then, check out the episode, which also includes Jimmy's superhero origin story, Facebook lies, and one confusing depiction of Mark Zuckerberg. Expect to pay a huge price for it, with GameStop listing pre-orders at $89.99 for a digital download and the Steelbook Gold Edition going for $99.99.
Danger Deck will be available in December 2017, while From Dusk till Casa Bonita and Bring the Crunch will hit sometime in 2018. Without the season pass, it'll cost $5.99.
Players will face "the ultimate combat challenge" in Doctor Timothy's Danger Deck, where they'll also be able to unlock exclusive costumes and artifacts.
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. Available for purchase in 2018 for $12. Meanwhile, "Bring the Crunch" will introduce a new story and superhero class for players at $11.99, as well.
Bought separately, that adds up to $36.95, vs bundling with the pass for $29.99 when it becomes available on October 17.
"Towelie: Your Gaming Bud"- In-game buddy giving tips.
I've been playing the new South Park game and will have much more to say in our review next week.
Season Pass Day One content included the Relics of Zaron costume and perks pack, and on October 24, Towlie will arrive to provided the player with tips. 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 launches on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on October 17.