$190 South Park: Fractured But Whole Special Edition Includes RC Cartman Car

Remote Control Coon Mobile bundle is exclusive to Amazon, apparently.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole is getting a $190 version that comes with a remote-controlled "Coon Mobile." Twitter user Wario 64 discovered the Amazon product page for the Remote Control Coon Mobile bundle, which is apparently exclusive to the online store.

The car is not a car at all, but rather Cartman's big wheel. It's controlled by a free smartphone app (for iOS and Android) using Bluetooth. According to its description, it comes with a dozen lines voiced by "The Coon," which is Cartman's superhero alter ego in the game. Another thing to note if you're buying this version is that it requires batteries and doesn't include them.

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In addition, the Remote Control Coon Mobile bundle includes the game's Gold Edition and a steelbook case. The Gold Edition, which sells for $90 by itself, includes The Fractured But Whole and its season pass. The contents of the season pass, and its standalone price, have not yet been confirmed.

The Remote Control Coon Mobile bundle is available now to preorder on Amazon for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The product page doesn't mention how large the RC car is, nor does it say what type of batteries it takes.

The page does, however, mention that Prime members can save the usual 20 percent, bringing the price down to $152.

The Fractured But Whole launches on December 6. Unlike 2014's South Park: The Stick of Truth, which was made by Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment, the sequel is being made internally by Ubisoft San Francisco.

We learned at E3 last month The Fractured But Whole will allow players to control their sphincter while pooping with "total ass control." Additionally, South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker are said to be "really, really" involved with the game's production and are pushing the limits of its rating.

"There's hopefully going to be some stuff in there that people will say, 'How did that make it through classification?,'" senior producer Jason Schroeder said this month.

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