South Park: The Fractured But Whole - Infinite Money Glitch

Learn how to make infinite money in South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

Like any good RPG game, South Park: The Fractured But Whole lets you make money by trading and selling items you discover along your journey. For those that want a bit of a leg up, there’s a way you can make unlimited money by using a very simple glitch. Make sure to use this soon, because it’s very likely a patch will be released to fix this infinite money glitch!

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Infinite Money Glitch

If you want to skip a lot of grinding and farming, the fastest way to earn money in South Park: The Fractured But Whole is to simply use the infinite money glitch. To do this glitch, you will need to head to the closest vendor and sell the junk items you’ve collected along the way. You’re able to sell:

  • Food
  • Scrap
  • Tech
  • Biohazard
  • Meds

However, in order to make this process as fast as possible, just take the time to sell Scrap, Tech, and Biohazard junk, as these items sell for the most. To make this process even faster, you will want to have a large supply of these items: the more you sell, the more money you make.

Now for the glitch part. Sell all of the junk you want, and then go to the Buyback screen by pressing Square/X depending on the console you’re playing on. Purchase back all the items you just sold – ignore the cost! South Park: The Fractured But Whole won’t charge you anything, even though it says you will have to pay.

For instance, if you sell 300 Scrap, you will receive $30. If you then go to the Buyback option, you can purchase all the Scrap you sold, for the same amount, but the game won’t charge you. The only instance where the game will charge you is if the quantity is too low – if you only sell and buyback one or two pieces of junk.

Make sure you use this South Park: The Fractued But Whole infinite money glitch while you still can, as Ubisoft will be sure to patch it.

Sam Chandler is the Australian piece of the AllGamers puzzle. Out of all his gaming-related passions, collecting N64 games, speedrunning, and Souls games rank among the most important. You can reach Sam through Twitter, @SamuelChandler, or through his email, sam.chandler@allgamers.com, at any time of the day or night on either side of the globe.

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