South Park: The Fractured But Whole Collector's Edition, Season Pass Confirmed

Preorder bonuses are also available.

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A season pass will be available for South Park: The Fractured But Whole, as will three premium editions of the game, Ubisoft announced today.

In addition to the standard version of the game, there are three other options available. Two of these--the Gold edition and steelbook Gold edition--are similar, except one is exclusive to digital stores and one is a physical edition. The digital Gold edition ($90) includes the game, the season pass, some in-game costumes, and a bonus perk. The steelbook version ($100) includes all of the same stuff, plus some lithographic art prints and a steelbook case.

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There's also a Collector's edition on the Uplay store, the main component of which is a six-inch figure of The Coon (Cartman's superhero alter ego) to go along with the same costumes, perk, and art prints mentioned above. You can get this in either standard ($100) or Gold editions ($130), which is essentially deciding whether or not you want the season pass. Unfortunately, there are no details on what that consists of at this point.

A preorder for any version of the game entitles you to "an exclusive in-game assistant," Towelie. He "provides unique assistance to players at key locations throughout the game."

Purchasing The Fractured But Whole, which releases December 6, also grants access to a free copy of the previous game, The Stick of Truth. If you preorder the game, you'll get that freebie immediately.

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