The Season Pass standalone will cost $29.99 while it will be included with Gold Edition.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole is releasing in a few short days and we can not wait to get our hands on Ubisoft's turn-based RPG based on the highly comedic television series.
South Park Fractured But Hole is the sequel to South Park The Stick of Truth released on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. December's DLC, known as Danger Deck is described as "the ultimate combat challenge against Doctor Timothy's Danger Deck", and will include exclusive unlockable costumes and artefacts.
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Three DLC expansions will make up the bulk of South Park: The Fractured But Whole's Season Pass.
The Season Pass DLC will include the "Relics of Zaron" costume pack and perks for download on Day One, followed by "Towelie: Your Gaming Bud" the following week on 24th October. If you pre-ordered the game to get that Day One content and want to buy $11.99 DLC twice and the $5.99 DLC once, it may actually be a few pennies cheaper than buying the season pass (that is, unless the Relics of Zaron Day One content isn't a pre-order bonus). Releasing sometime in 2018, the player must "team up with The Coon and Mysterion to defeat a demonic presence at Casa Bonita".
Danger Deck is the title of the first post-launch DLC, arriving at a now unspecified point in December. Available for purchase in 2018 for $12. There's not much in the way of information on this one just yet, but it will, says Ubisoft, introduce an all-new superhero class.