Overcooked! All You Can Eat Serves Up Fun To More Platforms In March
Overcooked! All You Can Eat, the enhanced bundle of Overcooked and Overcooked 2, will find its way into new kitchens (or living rooms), on March 23. The previously new-gen exclusive title will arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
All You Can Eat was released as a launch title for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X last year; it bundles the two games along with their respective DLC content. There’s also a heaping helping of added content such as seven new levels, three exclusive chefs, and new alternate skins for the 80 existing chefs. If you watched last year’s Game Awards, you’ll remember that Swedish Chef of Muppets fame is also available as a free download for All You Can Eat (for a limited time).
The presentation looks even sharper thanks to 4K visuals and 60 fps performance (30 fps on Switch). Crashing into friends while rushing to get a dish out the door looks smoother than ever. Speaking of your soon-to-be-ex-friends, aspiring chefs across all platforms can cook together thanks to the addition of cross-play. Some of you might be saying “But I already got 100 percent in both Overcooked games.” Well, what if I told you All You Can Eat features brand new trophies/achievements sets?
A new assist mode makes All You Can Eat more approachable to less experienced players (like kids) with options like increased scores for meals, longer recipe/ level times, and the ability to deactivate order expiration. On the accessibility side, the game also features a colorblind-friendly chef indicator, scalable UI, and even dyslexia friendly text.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat goes on sale digitally for $40, and will also be available physically only for PlayStation 4 and Switch. Meanwhile, check out our review for the original versions of Overcooked and Overcooked 2.