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“Overcooked: All You Can Eat” Coming Soon

Do you enjoy cooking? There’s nothing more relaxing than enjoying some peace and quiet while you cook up one of your favorite dishes. How about cooking your food on a hot air balloon careening towards the ground? Or having to cross a slippery ice platform to bring food to the kitchen? How about cooking on a moving semi? Well, you better get ready to enjoy cooking in all of these environments because “Overcooked” is back with all of these bizarre scenarios.

Cutting vegetables on a crashing hot air balloon is always a good idea ( Screenshot Credit: Team17)

“Overcooked: All You Can Eat” brings players both the first and second “Overcooked” games mashed together into one beautiful package. Now, you can play both titles at 60 FPS in 4K resolution, along with faster loading times. A shiny new coat of paint isn’t the only thing you’ll be seeing with this combo package though. New achievements and trophies will be available for players to unlock. On their cross country cooking adventure, players will conquer over 200 unique kitchen levels. Seven of these levels are completely new to this package!

Three new adorable chefs are also joining the “Overcooked” roster. Let’s be honest though, that axolotl is the only character I ever want to be. Along with all of this new content, “Overcooked: All You Can Eat” will finally bring the franchise into the world of online multiplayer. Players can team up with their buddies online to bake some cakes while putting out fires under extreme circumstances. Best of all, online play supports cross-platform so you can play with your friends no matter what console they own.

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No one panic…everything is on fire (Screenshot Credit: Team17)

If that’s not enough for you, Ghost Town Games is also bringing a new assist mode and accessibility options to the games. Assist mode will allow players to skip levels they are struggling with or increase the duration of rounds. You can even slow the timeout on recipes to give you a better chance at success! In terms of accessibility, this package includes dyslexic-friendly text and options for color blind players. A scalable user interface will also make things much more friendly for all players.

So what are you waiting for?! Get ready to put on your chef hat and apron and cook up one crazy, culinary adventure! “Overcooked: All You Can Eat” is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X soon!

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