The South Park: The Fractured But Whole season pass features a trip to Casa Bonita and new class

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole has a season pass, but just what came in it was anyone's guess until today. Ubisoft has detailed the game's upcoming DLC and how much each piece will cost, and it sounds like fans of the show will appreciate the jokes to come.

According to Ubisoft, players will be able to access a combat challenge mode in Danger Deck, available this December. Timmy, who is wheelchair-bound and mostly talks by saying his own name, plays a Professor Xavier-style psychic hero in The Fractured But Whole, so he'll be involved in this reference to the X-Men's Danger Room. Purchased standalone, Danger Deck will cost $5.99.

The next piece of DLC is From Dusk Till Casa Bonita, a play on the vampire film From Dusk Till Dawn and Cartman's very favorite restaurant, Casa Bonita - in fairness, it is a pretty cool place. Players will team up with The Coon (Cartman) and Mysterion (Kenny) to stop a group of emo kids (or are they goth kids? Or vamp kids?) from summoning a demonic presence. It'll be $11.99 when it arrives in 2018.

Finally, Bring The Crunch introduces a new story and hero class. Although neither of these things were detailed, it seems pretty clear that it'll bring back Bradley Biggle, AKA Mint-Berry Crunch. This superhero wields the powers of both mint and berry in his cereal-based attacks, and is the only one of the kids to have actual superpowers. It'll also be available for $11.99 sometime in 2018.

Day One Edition content Relics of Zaron and Towelie: Your Gaming Bud will also be made available either separately or as part of the season pass. The Relics of Zaron includes a costume and perks, and will be available for $4.99 on October 17 (launch day). Towelie, who gives you hints and tips in-game, will be available for $1.99 on October 24.

Bought separately, that adds up to $36.95, vs bundling with the pass for $29.99 when it becomes available on October 17. Other regions' pricing wasn't available at the time of writing.