Here’s what’s included in South Park: The Fractured But Whole’s season pass

The veil has been lifted on South Park: The Fractured But Whole‘s post-launch content, through a detailed listing of its season pass’ contents. This includes costumes, a friendly towel and at least two story-based add-ons.

Starting on launch day, those who fork over the extra dough will be able to download select costumes from The Stick of Truth. This pack will be known as “The Relics of Zaron,” and will infuse this game of superheroes and super villains with some good old fantasy roleplay. It will be available for separate purchase, too, with a listed price of $5 USD.

Everybody’s favourite stoner of a towel will then follow, on October 24th, when “Towelie: Your Gaming Bud” becomes an available ally. He’ll give you tips as part of this pass, or for a standalone price of two American dollars.

What everyone really wants to know, though, is what kind of story content this somewhat pricey pass will offer. The good news is that there will be at least two story packs, as well as what sounds like some sort of glorified challenge mode.

This December, the first notable piece of content will drop, in the form of “Danger Deck,” which will task players with facing the ultimate challenge in Doctor Timothy’s Danger Deck. Details are scarce at this point in time, but it could very easily be some sort of combat challenge mode. Its price, if purchased separately? Six dollars.

Danger Deck will then be followed by two separate story packs, “From Dusk ‘Till Casa Bonita” and “Bring the Crunch,” the latter of which will introduce a new superhero class. Only From Dusk ‘Till Casa Bonita has been detailed thus far, and it’s said to task players with teaming up with the Coon and Mysterion to do battle against a demonic presence that has held up inside of the Mexican themed establishment.

Both are expected to be released sometime in 2018, and will be $12 each.

You can purchase South Park: The Fractured But Whole‘s season pass separately, for $30, or as part of the game’s Gold Edition, which releases alongside the regular version on October 17th.

We’re hard at work on a thorough review of the game, so please check back next week to read our thoughts.