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Ubisoft's South Park: Fractured But Whole is finally set to launch on home consoles and PC after gamers have been waiting years for it to release. Ahead of the release of the game, Ubisoft decided to detail what gamers will be able to look forward to if they decide to purchase the season pass for the crude and rude comedic RPG.
The season pass for South Park: The Fractured But Whole was revealed through a press release, which details that gamers who pony up $29.99 along with the $59.99 full version game, they will receive a "Danger Deck", which involves a combat challenge involving Doctor Timothy's Danger Deck, which also includes additional artifacts and character customers. The "Danger Deck" can also be purchased separately for PC, PS4 or Xbox One starting in December, 2017 for $5.99.
Season pass owners will also receive "From Dusk 'till Casa Bonita", which adds an all new story campaign where players will team up with The Coon and Mysterion and face off against an evil, demonic presence looming around Casa Bonita. Given the size and scope of this DLC, it will be slightly more expensive than the "Danger Deck", and will run you $11.99.
Additionally, there's the "Bring the Crunch" pack, which adds an all new super hero class, an all new story campaign, and fresh new content to experience in South Park: The Fractured But Whole, set to release at some point in 2018. This will be included in the season pass, but if you decide to purchase it separately, it will cost you $11.99.
The season pass will also come with some day one content that will be available for purchase with the launch of the game on October 17th, including a costume and perk pack called "Relics of Zaron", which will be sold separately for $4.99, and "Towelie: Your Gaming Bud", which offers in-game tips but can be purchased separately for $1.99 on October 24th.
You can get your hands on the season pass starting October 17th alongside the launch of _South Park : The Fractured But Whole _for PC, PS4 or Xbox One.
Over on the South Park web portal, Ubisoft also details how the season pass content will allow you to team up with a few other buddies during your adventures to fight crime.
The game itself is quite lengthy, with Matt Stone and Trey Parker recently revealing that the game is basically about the length of eight episodes, or a two feature length films. Stone in particular gave gamers an episode amount of time it would take to beat the new South Park title, putting in the playtime at around 12 hours, which is quite impressive.
The duo worked closely with Ubisoft's team in order to develop the characters and scenarios that seemed true to the South Park comedic constitution, with the duo adding, changing, and re-arranging some jokes to make sure they're as over-the-top and as offensive as possible. As mentioned, you'll be able to purchase the full game and the season pass for PC, PS4 or Xbox One starting October 17th next week.