Overcooked!, the chaotic co-op cooking simulator, is the ideal blend of stress and strategy. Players are forced to cooperate as they make a hectic dash around the kitchen, managing cooking stations and mixing ingredients to create culinary masterpieces. Released in 2016, Overcooked did well enough to receive a sequel two years later, Overcooked! 2. The sequel received several waves of DLC content, with the most recent pack, Sun’s Out Buns Out, releasing just this month. If you’re already a fan of the games, or someone looking to get into it for the first time, I have some good news for you – both games are getting fully remastered.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat was just announced today, and it’s truly a four-course meal of new content. It features all the content from Overcooked! and Overcooked! 2 as well as seven brand-new levels and three new chefs.. Even the Overcooked! content will be fully rebuilt within the Overcooked! 2 engine so that players can take on levels from the original game. Cross-platform multiplayer will also be implemented, a feature not present in the earlier titles.
New achievements and trophies, as well as faster loading times, are a big plus, and on top of that, the game will be playable at 60 FPS in 4K resolution. The list of additions doesn’t just end there – All You Can Eat also has an assist mode and new accessibility options. The assist mode gives players more leeway in the way they play by giving them the ability to do things like skip levels or increase the amount of time they have to complete orders, a great addition for newer players who want to ease into the game or even veterans who want something more casual. The accessibility options include color-blindness support and a scalable user interface, as well as dyslexic-friendly text.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat will launch digitally and physically on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X later this year. You can check it out here.