The challenging Danger Deck will teleport you to never before seen locations throughout South Park to fight enemy encounters custom crafted by Tupperware. You can access Danger Deck in the Freedom Pals Base by interacting with the Danger Deck terminal, where you and your team of superheroes will be transported into these holographic battles. These increasingly difficult encounters, comprised of a variety of different enemies from the game, will test and push the limits of any superhero. You'll be rewarded with items and costumes that are also usable on alternate playthroughs of the game.
Danger Deck is part of the South Park: The Fractured but Whole Season Pass. Get it now to access all the game's existing and future additional content.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole was pretty good game by itself, with much more content than Stick of Truth, but weaker writing and not much new to offer. What this game shares with Stick of Truth is DLC I guess - Danger Deck is pretty pointless and useless DLC. What this DLC amounts to is challenge room, that's it. And considering how the gameplay itself can get pretty repetitive through the whole game (which can go from 15 to even 30 hours), I don't know why would you want to pay for more of the fighting, when in reality you can just restart the game or roam through the map and get the same results. As for the items, they are always nice, but really, you get everything you need just by playing, so there is not much point to it. Overall, pretty pointless and disappointing DLC that doesn't add much to the game itself. I hope that story DLC will be worth it.
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