South Park: The Fractured But Whole's Season Pass Brings Back Casa Bonita

South Park: The Fractured But Whole's Season Pass Brings Back Casa Bonita

Ubisoft has provided information on the content of the Season Pass for South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Costing $29.99, The Fractured But Whole Season Pass will include three major DLCs, including new stories and bonuses. 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 is the title of the first post-launch DLC, arriving at a now unspecified point in December.

The season pass comes in at $30 with United Kingdom pricing yet to be confirmed.

"You can't do a prequel first", says one of the characters in Wednesday's episode of South Park, 'Franchise Prequel.' "Then it's not a prequel".

The meat of the add-ons won't be available until later, and what sounds like a wave-based combat challenge ("Danger Deck", a nod to X-Men's "Danger Room") will launch sometime in December. With less than a week until the upcoming RPG's release, Ubisoft has revealed the Season Pass content.

The second lot of DLC is called "From Dusk till Casa Bonita", which is the first of two now planned story episodes.

And lastly, "Bring the Crunch" lands for $12 next year, with a new superhero class coming to the game. It will be available in 2018. A pair of story expansions won't be available until 2018.

"Towelie: YourGaming Bud" - In-game buddy giving tips.

First up in the season pass offerings is "Relics of Zaron", a costume and perks pack which will be available on October 17.

"I sat down and played the game all the way through a few weeks ago, and even when you do that it takes 12 hours", Stone said.

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.