5 Things to Do After Beating South Park: The Fractured But Whole
You did it! You changed timelines and altered the outcome of events in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. But, now what you may be thinking? Good question new kid! Once you’ve beaten South Park: The Fractured But Whole there are a few things you may want to do. Here are 5 things to do after beating South Park: The Fractured But Whole.
Wipe Every Freckle Off of Morgan Freeman’s Smug Face (Boss Fight)
If you didn’t already know, Morgan Freeman is a hidden boss fight in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. While the fight is accessible before completing the game, chances are you weren’t strong enough to complete the fight. Now that you’ve completed the game and have a strong character, head to Freeman’s Tacos and make your way behind the counter. Strike Morgan Freeman three times to trigger the boss fight. What follows is easily the hardest boss fight in South Park: The Fractured But Whole.Defeating Morgan Freeman nets you the Farts over Freckles achievement along with the Golden Taco Artifact and $11.18.
*If you are a black character, Morgan Freeman won’t fight you. You will need to change your ethnicity with PC Principal.
Playthrough The Game as a Black Mastermind
South Park: The Fractured But Whole was embroiled in controversy leading up to its release thanks to the difficulty tied to race mechanic. Once the game launched, it was clear that changing the color of your characters skin didn’t affect the game’s difficulty, but rather influenced how the npcs interact with the character. With that being said, there is an achievement tied to playing the game as a Black character on Mastermind difficulty (hardest difficulty). Having completed the game, you may want to try snagging this one.
Quest, Quests and More Sidequests
There are a number of side quest to complete in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Many of these side quests are tied to achievements and involve collecting things. If you didn’t complete these quests during the main story, take some time to bang them off. If you really want to speed up the collecting process, use our side quests guide.
Find Selfies You Probably Missed
When I finished the game, I had 85/100 possible selfies. While not bad, there was obviously a few I had missed. If you are a completionist, seeing this number will convince you to strike out into South Park to discover those selfies you missed. People like the Banker need you to complete certain tasks before they will consider giving you that sweet selfie goodness.
Collect Remaining Costumes
There are a ton of costumes to discover in this game. Many of the costumes are scattered throughout various parts of South Park and are begging to be discovered. If you haven’t completed your costume collection, the endgame is a good time to do it.
There you have it. A few things you can do after beating South Park: The Fractured But Whole. While many of these things can be done during a main playthrough, chances are you missed a few things here or there and will need to snag them in order to grab that 100% completion. Good Luck!