More details revealed about South Park: The Fractured but Whole Season Pass

More details revealed about South Park: The Fractured but Whole Season Pass

The latest season of South Park has been taking shots at the way technology has taken over our lives in absurd ways - see the season opener and all of its jokes about the Amazon Echo and other robot home devices, and the second episode in which dozens of children are killed by drivers distracted by Trump's tweets popping up on their phones.

"Danger Deck"- Players will have to face the ultimate combat challenge in Doctor Timothy's Danger Deck. Playing this will unlock cosmetics and artifacts but there are no details on what this actually is yet. Despite the fact that Danger Deck is also listed for a December release. Some of this will be available this year, while others will arrive in 2018. Meanwhile, "Bring the Crunch" will introduce a new story and superhero class for players at $11.99, as well. Available for purchase in 2018 for $12. The Relics of Zaron costume and perks pack will be available on release day, October 17th, while the Towelie in-game tip buddy is out the week after on October 24th. To follow up, Ubisoft has detailed what comes with the game's season pass in a press release, revealing that you don't need to pre-order the game to get the Day One content after all. An all-new combat system offers unique opportunities to master space and time while on the battlefield, and a revamped looting and crafting system gives players the freedom to craft their own equipment to aid them in battle. It's automatically included with the gold edition of the game, or you can buy it separately for $29.99. Anyone who purchases South Park: The Fractured But Whole will receive South Park: The Stick of Truth for free. Also included in the Day One content is "Towelie: Your Gaming Bud", an in-game friend that will provide tips to the player.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole will be available across North America and EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Asia) on October 17, 2017.

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