New DLC for South Park: The Fractured But Whole Out Now

December 19, 2017Written by Anthony Nash

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Today, Ubisoft announced that some brand new content would be coming to the world of South Park: The Fractured But Whole. That content is coming in the form of a Danger Deck add-on that is now available for the game on all platforms. The new content adds a brand-new challenge arena to The Fractured But Whole. The Danger Deck add-on is available digitally and will run players $5.99 as a standalone package, but is also a part of the $29.99 Season Pass for the game.

According to Ubisoft, the Danger Deck content will teleport players to various never-before-seen locations throughout South Park, allowing them to engage in enemy encounters custom-crafted by the Freedom Pals. As players play through the encounters, they will become increasingly difficult, testing the limits of the player created superhero. Combat inside the encounters will incorporate a variety of enemies from the game, including the King Crab, Coked-Out Cops, Rebecca the Raisins Girl, and Aunt Sheila. You’ll be awarded with items and costumes that are also usable in the alternate playthroughs of the game.

For more information on South Park: The Fractured But Whole, make sure to check out our review below:

Despite these couple of technical misgivings, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is another interactive journey into the minds of Matt Stone and Trey Parker. I quite literally felt like I was playing the show for the 15 hours that I spent in South Park–not surprising, given that the first game met that uncanny caliber of delivering a near perfect recreation. If easily offended, chances are you’ve already written off South Park, and chances are even higher that you aren’t reading this review. Surrounding the fart jokes and fourth graders who love to say fuck a lot, there is a brutally intelligent comedic commentary on many aspects of modern society. It’s something that South Park has always been great at, and something that translates incredibly well to interactivity. Where the first game made a believer out of me, The Fractured But Whole had me farting falling in love with South Park all over again.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is available now.