A trailer for the second South Park: The Fractured But Whole story DLC, which is titled “Bring the Crunch,” has been released. The first was “From Dusk Till Casa Bonita,” which was released earlier this year.
The new DLC takes the characters’ superhero and villain personas from the game and drops them into the world of horror. In it you’ll see nods to Friday the 13th and more. You can read more about it and check out the new trailer below.
Earlier this month it was announced that new South Park: The Fractured But Whole DLC titled “From Dusk Till Casa Bonita” was on the way.
Now a trailer has been released showing a little peek at what to expect from the DLC. In all honesty, all any South Park fan needs to know is that this is going down at the fabled Casa Bonita to be sold on the DLC. But if you do need a bit more convincing, you can read more and watch the trailer below.
It’s already been almost five months since South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the sequel to South Park: The Stick of Truth, was released.
Many have completed the game since then, but that’s not where things end. For those who have been hoping for more South Park video game content, new DLC for The Fractured But Whole titled “From Dusk Till Casa Bonita” has been announced.
If you haven’t picked up South Park: The Fractured But Whole yet, Ubisoft has made a free trial of the game available to those who’d like to take it for a test drive first.
The game, like its predecessor South Park: The Stick of Truth, has been getting strong reviews, something I very much agree with. And with good reason; they’re incredibly fun to play if you’re a fan of the show.
In addition to announcing the free trial, Ubisoft has also answered a bunch of questions pertaining to the free trial. You can find all of those answers below.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole Xbox One l PS4 l PC
DEVELOPER: Ubisoft San Francisco
RELEASE DATE: October 17, 2017
One of my favorite games of 2014 was South Park: The Stick of Truth. A game that transported fans into the world we’ve been watching on TV for a couple of decades now. Now the highly anticipated sequel, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, has arrived.
In the game you once again play as the new kid in town, a frustratingly quiet kid who also happens to possess some impressive special abilities, especially in the art of flatulence. And as you quickly find out, the neighborhood children are no longer playing in the fantastical world they were in the first game. Now, they’ve moved on to superhero franchises.