That’s Just Too Much Food
If you have had a taste of the Overcooked games, you are likely to never go back. And there is no escaping either. Team17 just keeps piling on the content; even after the Gourmet Edition of Overcooked 2 came out, Sun’s Out Buns Out was released just earlier this month. If you are an Achievements or Trophies guy like myself, and an Overcooked fan, you may be glad to know that Overcooked: All You Can Eat is coming out for Xbox Series X and PS5, so you can double up on them, if you’re up for the challenge. I guess if you liked a dish once, why not have it again?
So, what is Overcooked: All You Can Eat? Well, it’s everything. It’s Overcooked, Overcooked 2, and all the DLC for both games. Since it is coming to the next-gen consoles, you can also expect a nice, clean 4K polish on everything and 60 FPS rate. In addition to the DLC kitchens and chefs, Team17 has recreated Overcooked in the Overcooked 2 engine so that they can both be played online, which can is topped off with cross-play capabilities. Assist Mode will also be an option, where players can get a bit of extra help with things such as a slower burn-timer on dishes, more rounds for more points, and options to skip levels entirely. We know how brutal Overcooked can be.
Overcooked: All You Can Eat will have over 200 levels and 120 chefs, plus brand new content. There is no pricing or release date information, but Overcooked: All You Can Eat will be coming out for PS5 and Xbox Series X.
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