South Park The Fractured But Whole Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** An RPG based on the animated TV series South Park, and sequel to the 2011 South Park: Stick of Truth. The game is not any more or less difficult than the previous installment.
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South Park: The Fractured But Whole
South Park: The Fractured But Whole is an RPG based on the South Park animated series, and a sequel to the 2014 game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game uses a superhero theme rather than fantasy. Alterations were made to the combat system, which now takes place on a grid to allow player movements to create strategic advantages, as well as avoid environmental hazards.
Taking place the day after the events of The Stick of Truth, the New Kid decides to join Cartman and his friends in a new game of playing superheroes. Hoping to create a superhero media franchise, the children search for a missing cat to claim a reward, soon stumbling onto a much more diabolical plot.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole received positive reviews with an average score of 81%, praised for its improvements over the first installment, its combat system, humor, and adaptation of the TV series, while the story received mixed reviews.
If you've already played and unlocked the Platinum on the previous game, then you'll have a good idea of what's involved in The Fractured But Whole. The Platinum is not any more or less difficult or time consuming than The Stick of Truth. The only difference is that only one trophy is missable, as you are able to free-roam after completing the story.
The Platinum can be earned in under 20 hours of gameplay.
The only missable trophy to worry about is The Token Experience, which is for completing the game as a Black character (very difficult) on Mastermind Difficulty. When you start the game and create your character, be sure to slide the bar to the far right for the Black character. Later, during your first combat experience with the Sixth Graders, you will be asked to select your combat challenge - be sure to select Mastermind.
As long as you don't change any of those settings during your playthrough, you should unlock The Token Experience, as well as several other story-related trophies, at the end of the game.
After completing the story, you will be able to continue the game in free-roam. Here is where you can mop-up anything you're missing. It is now safe to change your race to White American and battle difficulty to Easy if you wish to make the clean-up easier.
Most of the trophies here are related to collectibles, and a few other miscellaneous ones. Be sure to check out the South Park The Fractured But Whole trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need and their requirements.
First, IGN has a Walkthrough here:
And a Walkthrough by sokkus:
And Bryan Dawson created a Walkthrough here:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by OnceFallen:
And a detailed Trophy Guide by young_hastings:
NCSFan001 has a great Trophy Guide here:
A useful Trophy Guide by PowerPyx:
And sokkus has a useful Trophy Guide here:
And a useful Trophy Guide by gamepressure:
A video demonstration of the Stop, Drop, and Roll trophy, by OnceFallen:
And a video demonstration of the Glitch Of Death trophy, also by OnceFallen:
OnceFallen's video demonstration of the Big Knocker trophy:
And a video demonstration of the Master Manipulator trophy, by OnceFallen:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: