Here's how to get to Canada in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. It's been over a week since South Park premiered their prequel episode to their much-hyped game, South Park: The Fractured But Whole. It's a role-playing video game that follows up South Park's previous game, The Stick of Truth, and it looks extremely close to the actual show to the point where you might start believing you're watching just another episode. Allowing you to play as a "new kid" in town, the game is all about exploring and gaining your crew.
Of course, the game references a lot of fun things including memberberries and Cartman's and Kenny's Coon and Friends. Another fun thing it references to is Canada, which has built a wall to keep Americans from entering their country per a previous episode. That wall is reachable in the game, but it takes some skill to get there.
According to Games Radar, you have to have already beaten Professor Chaos in order to be able to reach the Canadian border wall. You'll need to be able to pause time using the Time Fart in order to get past the farmer who is blocking the road to Canada. From there, you'll be able to reach the Canadian border wall, although you won't be able to go into Canada itself, since they don't want any Americans hanging around.
Getting to Canada isn't as easy as you might think. There's plenty to do in South Park: The Fractured But Whole and getting to Canada isn't the most important thing. Plus, there's not much to it besides a wall and a gas station that isn't even something you can interact with. It also takes a lot of work and effort to reach the spot at all.
Canada has always been a hilarious aspect in the South Park series. From the early days when Kyle and Ike's mom, Sheila, leads the war against Canada in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, to recent years with adding the border wall, Canada has always been something to joke about on South Park. The fact that they added a little Canadian fun in their new video game is pretty amusing.
However, it would be nice to be able to do something in Canada after all that effort. All there seems to be to it is a Canadian on top of the wall who laughs at you. Being able to interact with Canada, especially after having South Park episodes focused on it, as well as Terrance and Phillip being from there, would be fun to do. Either way, you can reach the Canadian border wall with some help and a little insight, but not necessarily Canada itself.
Source: Games Radar
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