The latest season of South Park has been taking shots at the way technology has taken over our lives in absurd ways - see the season opener and all of its jokes about the Amazon Echo and other robot home devices, and the second episode in which dozens of children are killed by drivers distracted by Trump's tweets popping up on their phones. As a standalone piece, it is valued at $5.99 and will be released in December 2017. "From Dusk till Casa Bonita" has players join up with The Coon and Mysterion to "defeat a demonic presence at Casa Bonita" for $11.99. The various DLC parts will be released throughout the end of 2017 and into 2018.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole will be releasing for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC next week on the 17th. Day One DLC included within the pass includes The Relics of Zaron costume and perks pack, while other minor content such as the Towelie in-game tip buddy follows up the week after, beginning October 24th.
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The season pass comes in at $30 with United Kingdom pricing yet to be confirmed.
Of course, all the aforementioned DLC can be purchased separately for those who don't want to spend $29.99 on the season pass. Prices for each DLC range from $1.99 to $11.99 - with the total purchased separately going as high as around $37. Towelie: Your Gaming Bud provides helpful and hilarious advice and commentary to players at key locations throughout the game.
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South Park, the TV show, is now in its 21st season and, even though some people think the older episodes haven't aged too well, the show remains very popular. That means it has a Season Pass, various special editions and all the usual bells and whistles.