This week's Nintendo Download has Switch owners heading on down to South Park to have themselves a time, as South Park: The Fractured But Whole arrives on the eShop on the 24th. While the previous game had a Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones-esque theme the sequel shifts the focus to Cartman's superhero team, Coon and Friends. As the new kid you must join the team and help Cartman get a Marvel-style movie deal. From what I've heard this game goes less for shock value than Stick of Truth did and has more ironic humor, but retains the same great RPG gameplay.
Also this week Animal Crossing Pocket Camp gets an update that adds new features and animal townspeople. A fortune cookie shop has opened in town, which gives you random items based on the type of cookie, which of course you can buy with bells or leap tickets. This sounds suspiciously like lootboxes to me, so I guess we'll see if Pocket Camp goes full Battlefront II or keeps its random drops more tightly controlled.
You can check out all the releases and deals in the press release after the jump.
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:
As the newest member of Coon and Friends, you must create your own superhero, build up your notoriety and use your superpowers to save South Park. (Photo: Business Wire)
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