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South Park: The Fractured But Whole coming to Nintendo Switch

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South Park The Fractured But Whole

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is arriving to Nintendo Switch 24 April 2018. Ubisoft's second take on the popular comedy series may not have been well received as the first one but it is a welcome addition to Switch roster nonetheless.

Nintendo Switch is quickly expanding its video game roster and out of all Nintendo Direct announcements from 8 March 2018 - South Park The Fractured But Whole caught the most attention. The comedy RPG by Ubisoft is coming to Switch in April and its two released DLC packs will be available as either single purchases or through a Season Pass.

From Dusk Till Casa Bonita is the third, not yet released DLC for the game, and it will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on 20 March 2018. Fourth piece of DLC will be named Bring The Cruch. Its release date is some time during Summer 2018 but not specified. With DLC flying left and right, it's no wonder The Fractured But Whole wasn't received as well as the Stick of Truth. Either way, Switch will be getting all the DLC as well.

Ubisoft[undefined]South Park: The Fractured But Whole lets out a lot of DLC.

Danger Deck DLC teleports players to new areas of South park to fight new enemies that were made by the Freedom Pals. From Dusk Till Casa Bonita brings a new class called Netherborn and adds a new fighting buddy.

In comparison, The Stick of Truth has just two DLC packs only that added new setups, cosmetics and Towelie the fighting buddy and amounted to a grand total of £4,48. The Fractured Butt Whole has a pile of DLC and the Season Pass stands at £26.99.

Obsidian Entertainment[undefined]South Park: The Stick of Truth scored 10/10 on Steam where 97 per cent user reviews were positive. 

Be that as it may, The Fractured But Whole wasn't criticised as a bad game - its ratings plummeted due to company greed. Therefore, the game will still be a fun addition for Switch players that don't mind ignoring the ''give-me-more'' approach Ubisoft took with it.