• South Park: The Fractured But Whole DLC Casa Bonita

New South Park DLC: From Dusk Till Casa Bonita

South Park: The Fractured But Whole has released its DLC content, From Dusk Till Casa Bonita. What is new in the small Colorado town?

South Park has released its new DLC, From Dusk Till Casa Bonita. (From Dusk till Dawn, George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino, anyone?) The time has come to once again wear the cowl and mantle of a superhero to fight in Casa Bonita! Those who follow the South Park series might remember Casa Bonita as the favorite place of Cartman. Now in the new DLC, we have the chance to visit the restaurant and fight.

The DLC offers us a whole new story, complete with the chance to see the cliff divers, taste the magic of Casa Bonita’s Mexican dishes,  and defeat the vampires. Prepare to fight the Vampire kids as a Netherborn! The Netherborn class lets you embrace the power of darkness with occult powers. Needless to say, the new story and the appearance of Casa Bonita are quite fun.

We also get some new abilities and a new hero for our new adventure. According to the trailer, we can get help from good old Henrietta Biggle, a common member of the Goth kids of South Park. Henrietta is a powerful support hero who can make quite a bit of damage. With the location of Casa Bonita, and the seemingly evil threat of the Vampire kids of South Park, can you make it with the help of the Coon, Mysterion, and Henrietta? The only way to know the answer is to go take on the challenge.

For 11.99 USD, From Dusk Till Casa Bonita is available for everyone who owns South Park: the Fractured But Whole.

Excited about this new content? Or is it not good enough? Feel free to tell us in the comments!


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By | 2018-03-21T12:11:39+00:00 March 20th, 2018|Featured, feed, News|0 Comments

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