Overcooked: All You Can Eat is coming to Switch, PS4, and PC via Steam on March 23 for $40. A compilation of Overcooked and Overcooked 2, this version will offer all 200+ levels from both games, as well as all DLC, seven new levels, and a brand-new assist mode.
The entire package will run at up to 4K where supported and at 60fps, except for on the Nintendo Switch where the frame rate will be capped to 30fps. Overcooked: All You Can Eat also includes new accessibility options such as color-blind friendly chef indicators, a scalable user interface, and dyslexia-friendly text.
The assist mode adds the option to increase level times, boost scores awarded for each meal, lengthen recipe times, and the ability to turn off order expiration. A cute game about preparing meals, Overcooked’s real charm lies in how players need to coordinate their activities to put together increasingly complex meals in chaotic kitchen environments, avoid obstacles, and serve meals on time.
There’ll also be over 80 chefs to use in the kitchen, but everyone will probably want to prepare some meals as the Swedish Chef from The Muppets.
Launching first on Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 last year, the collection of cooking content currently has a Metascore of 84. As for the original games, they both scored solid marks when they launched in 2016 and 2018.
“The fun and chaos of playing with friends is preserved in the sequel, as is the far less exciting reality of playing solo,” critic Kallie Plagge wrote in her Overcooked 2 review.
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