How Long South Park: The Fractured But Whole Is and How Many Days There Are
South Park: The Fractured But Whole, is the follow-up RPG to the surprise hit The Stick of Truth. Unlike The Stick of Truth, The Fractured But Whole forgoes the traditional RPG style combat for a more tactical RPG approach. That said, just because the combat has changed, doesn’t mean that the game is any less meaty. Here’s how long the game is and how many days in the game the story takes place over.
The majority of the main quest takes place over four days and nights, in which you’ll slowly see a quest to rescue a cat for a $100 reward slowly unravel into something much more sinister (as is usually the case in the world of South Park).
There are still tons of things to do in South Park including finding collectibles, completing side quests, and of course, the main mission. Plus, there is also going to be a season pass which will add more DLC quests.
If you’re blasting through the game at high speeds like Fast Pass, you can probably complete the main quest in about 15 hours or so assuming you’re doing the minimal amount of grinding, side quests, and are good enough at the game to be able to handle a few fights under powered. There isn’t a ton of grinding in South Park: The Fractured But Whole, but there is some that’s required if you want to beat the game easily.
Assuming you’re doing at least some side quests, and are playing the game at an appropriate Might level, The Fractured But Whole will probably take about 20-25 hours to complete, depending how in depth you go, and whether you figure everything out on your own or use a guide. In addition to exploring, boss fights, and battles, there are a lot of hysterical cutscenes that make up a good portion of your play time.
That does it for how long it’ll take to beat South Park: The Fractured But Whole Is. Best of luck heroes and be sure to check our ever-growing wiki for more tips, tricks, and guides.