How to get to Canada in South Park: The Fractured But Whole

Who doesn't want to go to Canada, land of maple syrup, hockey, and friendly neighbors with flapping heads? Well, you can go there in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Kind of. The Canadian President has built a wall separating the country from the US, so you can't actually roam the place. But it's still worth a trip, especially if you're a collection addict or completionist.

First, here's how: After you've defeated Professor Chaos and learned the Time Fart that lets you pause time, head to the U-Stor-It in the upper-right corner of the map. Keep heading right, and you'll see a small path leading into the wilderness, with a farm slightly visible in the distance. Follow the path to the farm.

Head straight ahead and you'll see an old farmer who blocks your path while warning that he "wouldn't go down that road". Lead him far to one side, and pause time. While time is paused, grab the nearby bucket of Memberberries and position it so that it blocks the walking Pet Sematary reference's path. When time unfreezes, you'll be free to travel down the path.

Before you get to Canada proper, you'll come across a small wooded area. There's a Memberberries collectible in the bushes as well as one of Big Gay Al's Big Gay Cats, both of which you'll need to find all of in order to earn their associated quest rewards. Collect these and press onward.

The music changes to a retro version of the South Park movie's "Blame Canada" song (as heard previously in South Park: The Stick of Truth), and at first it looks like there's nothing but a gas station you can't even interact with. Keep going though, and you'll soon see an enormous border wall erected to keep Americans out of Canada. There doesn't seem to be any way to surpass the wall (though one tip screen does dare you to try), so just have a chuckle at the Canadian taunting you from the top of the wall and go play the rest of the game.

Sam Prell

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