South Park: Fractured But Whole – Tom Brady Cheaters, Mr. Hankey & More | Easter Eggs Guide

Naturally, a hilarious game like South Park: The Fractured But Whole is packed with references to the series, call-backs, and characters only super-fans will recognize. There are so many of those jokes, it isn’t even worth talking about them. Instead, we’re here to focus on the stuff that’s easy to miss, that’s super secret, or that even the biggest fans might miss. That’s right, we’re digging deep for South Park: The Fractured But Whole Easter eggs, and only the ripest chunks deserve mention here.

There are optional boss battles, cheater denouncements, Mr. Hankey — and that’s just what we’ve found so far. The Fractured But Whole is full of little silly secrets, and we can’t get enough. Ther are so many, it’s pretty likely we’re going to miss something completely awesome, so drop us a comment and let us know what’s worth adding to the list of South Park Easter eggs below.

Easter Eggs Guide

We’re not here just to list references. This space is for Easter eggs only, so only the best weird stuff is worth a mention. Good thing there’s plenty, and we’re still discovered more. Check back soon for updates as we uncover all the weirdness South Park has to offer.


Cheaters Never Prosper (And Tom Brady)

In South Park: The Fractured But Whole, you’ll find a variety of keypads. Instead of simple numerical codes, each number is usually matched with a word. Typing in the code enters a short, three word phrase — that’s a long way of saying that lots of codes can be guessed pretty early if you know the show.

But South Park: The Fractured But Whole doesn’t approve of cheaters. If you attempt to look-up codes early and input those codes before the proper quest / clues are revealed, Cartman (dressed at Tom Brady) will appear and insult you — “How about playing the game?” is, basically, what he’ll say.

Moral of the story? Don’t look up the codes in South Park: The Fractured But Whole and try to input them early, or Tom Brady will appear and insult you.

Morgan Freeman Is God (And An Optional Boss)

We all know Morgan Freeman is God. Bruce Almighty taught us that. What you probably didn’t know was that you can totally fight Morgan Freeman in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. He’s the toughest fight in the game, and he’s completely optional. Beating him is, essentially, for bragging rights and 100% completion. He’s one final challenge you can take on when the game is complete.

To fight Morgan Freeman, you’ll have to punch him. Get behind his counter and punch him three times to start a fight. That is, unless you’ve selected “Black” as your race at the start of the game, or when choosing your race / ethnicity when talking to PC Principal in the Micro Brewery.

No, your physicaly appearance doesn’t matter! It just matters what you’ve picked for your Character Sheet. You can change it at any time, just talk to PC Principal.

Finding Mr. (And Mrs.) Hankey

The smelliest pair of turds in South Park can be found for a second time. To find them, you’ll need the Sandblaster Buddy Ability — go to the South Park Community Center and enter the Ladies’ Room on the left. Move the trash and break the wall with a firecracker, then use the Sandblaster ability on the open pipe.

When that’s all done, you’ll clear the giant turd and reveal Mr. Hankey! He’s got a lot to say, too. Take a pic with Mr. Hankey to become friends — and acquire a Mission Item — “Randy’s Colon Creation” which is really gross.

To find Mrs. Hankey, go to Randy’s House and use the Sandblaster ability on another pipe down the hill near the bathroom door. You’ll have to crack the wall with a firecracker here too. Inside the ruined bathroom, you’ll find another disgusting mission item, and Mrs. Hankey! Take a snapshot to get slightly closer to making all the follower in South Park.

There’s no way around this wall.

The Road To Canada

You can sort of visit Canada in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. To get a glimpse at the giant US / Canada wall, head up to the farm in the top-right corner of South Park, past the U-Stor-It. After defeating Professor Chaos, the farm should be available to explore.

In the farm, you’ll need to use the TimeFart ability to Pause. A farmer won’t let you get by — trick him to move far right, then pause time and move the memberberry bushel to block his path. Now you’ll be able to continue toward the Canadian border!

Through the forest (which has a memberberry and a missing cat collectible) you’ll find… the giant wall. There’s nothing to interact with here, but the Canadian on the high wall does taunt you from above while “Blame Canada” chiptunes play. Enjoy the view?

Got more awesome Easter eggs we missed? Let us know what’s up in the comments section!

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