For those of you that were able to get a next gen console, check out the next game in the Overcooked series.
That’s right! An all new Overcooked! experience is ready to play on the recently released next-gen consoles. All You Can Eat is a combination of the first two Overcooked games, but with all DLC included, a 4K visual upgrade, and all sorts of other new goodies (levels, chefs, recipes) to make this the best Overcooked experience yet.
Not only that, but Overcooked will finally be going online. The one key thing that this insane party game has been missing is finally being added. Now you can enjoy the frantic kitchen madness with your friends, without having to be in the same room with them.
The multiplayer will also be cross platform, that way you can still play with your friends on Xbox if you went with PlayStation, and visa versa. Click here to get the PlayStation 5 version, and here to get the Xbox version.
The new assist mode in Overcooked! All You Can Eat will make the game accessible to many more players.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat is essentially both of the Overcooked games combined and upgraded with all new chefs, recipes and more. This game will release on both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
In a recent Tweet, publishers Team17 announced that there will be an all new set of features added to the game that will focus on making the this new installment in the Overcooked! series accessible to more players.
New ease-ifying options.
There will be a few options for tweaking gameplay to make it a more chill and easily rewarding experience; changes like increased round timer, increased received score and increased time to create a recipe.
But the developers certainly didn’t stop there with the new features. The game will also feature new accessibility options, like one to enable a color-blind friendly marker for the chef.
Accessibility for all.
There will also be an option for dyslexia-friendly text boxes, which will make the dialogue more obtainable for those suffering from dyslexia. Not to mention the option to scale text in many places in the game, making it easier to read for those with visual impairments.
While there is still plenty of time to wait, it certainly appears that Overcooked! All You Can Eat is shaping up to be quite the wonderful game for all gamers.
Overcooked and Overcooked 2 have been combined and upgraded for an all new experience in Overcooked! All You Can Eat.
That’s right! An all new Overcooked! experience is on its way to the new upcoming consoles. All You Can Eat is a combination of the first two Overcooked games, but with all DLC included, a 4K visual upgrade, and all sorts of other new goodies (levels, chefs, recipes) to make this the best Overcooked experience yet.
Not only that, but Overcooked will finally be going online. The one key thing that this insane party game has been missing is finally being added. Now you can enjoy the frantic kitchen madness with your friends, without having to be in the same room with them. The multiplayer will also be cross platform, that way you can still play with your friends on Xbox if you go with PlayStation, and visa versa.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like this game will be coming to the Nintendo Switch (considering 4k). But it will release on both the PlayStation 5 as well as the Xbox Series X, so no matter which you choose on that front, you will still have Overcooked on your plate!
Another great addition to the series is that all new assist mode. This will make things easier for those that tend to find themselves overwhelmed by the intensity that can be found in these hectic games. The new mode will allow you to slow the recipe timeout, skip levels, and change how long you have to complete each level.
With all these new additions and changes, it’s almost like we are getting an all new Overcooked game with All You Can Eat! There is still no release date, other than coming soon. But since we are still waiting for the next generation consoles on which the game will release, I’m assuming not that soon.
Overcooked 2 is getting a new DLC pack for this summer called Sun’s Out Buns Out.
Overcooked 2 is, by far, one of my favorite cooking games on the market. Half party game, half cooking game, and lots of whacky antics throughout. Now, it looks like Overcooked is going to get even crazier. The new DLC pack, Sun’s Out Buns Out, is coming soon to Nintendo Switch, and will add lots of new goodies to the game.
What to expect in the new DLC.
The Sun’s Out Buns Out pack will be totally parade themed, so get ready to party, street style. This content extra will bring a bit of everything you might want in a summer style DLC. First, play the part of one of two new cool doggo chefs. As you might expect from a parade theme, you will also get to run around some new kitchens that are located…on top of parade floats!
Obviously, this cooking game DLC would not be complete without a few new recipes to whip up. Enjoy a tasty ice cream float (of course) or a nice summer salad. And of course, since this is a crazy competitive party game, there will also be some new parade style hazards to be careful of, like fireworks and confetti.
So maybe there won’t be any real life parades to check out this year (for obvious reasons), but you can still get your parade fix with Overcooked 2’s new Sun’s Out Buns Out DLC.
The Epic Games Store is giving away the original Overcooked for free this weekend.
The Epic Games Store is always giving away free games, which is the exclusive reason for using the service for many people. Recently, the Borderlands Handsome Edition was free, but is now being replaced with the original Overcooked. The game will be free to download and keep until June 11th.
Overcooked is a fast paced cooking party game that is a hoot and a holler to play with your friends. Frantically scurry about the kitchen and divvy up the duties between friends to get as many orders out as you can in the required amount of time. Dodge nonsensical obstacles and be sure not to burn anything in an attempt to please all the impatient customers!
For those that have never played them, the Overcooked games are sure to be a surprising amount of fun. For you “seasoned” veterans, this is one cooky original that should definitely be in your games library.
Overcooked 2 is the gift that keeps on giving. The hectic co-op game is getting yet another fun DLC to expand the ever-growing library of content.
Ghost Town Games started teasing some new DLC this week and finally lifted the curtain on the next update. The Spring Festival DLC will bring a bunch of new content and is available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC beginning January 23rd.
The last DLC which was the Overcooked 2 Winter Wonderland brought a whooping 5 new kitchens to explore among other fun stuff. It is safe to assume we will be in for a treat when the DLC lands tomorrow Jan. 23rd!
Overcooked 2 is still one of my favorite co-op games out there and every time Ghost Town Games and Team17 announce new content for it, I’m super excited! As of today, December 17th, 2019, you can play new DLC, Winter Wonderland, on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, for the total of $0! From the trailer below, you can see that these new kitchens are inspired by the most recent Season Pass that includes Campfire Cook Off, Night of the Hangry Horde and Carnival of Chaos!
Moreover, with these 5 new festive kitchens, you can cook s’mores by the campfire, feed the Horde which are now holiday cookies and candy canes, and use those awesome new cannons from the carnival levels! If you haven’t already purchased the Season Pass, this is a great free way to test the features! Furthermore, look forward to 5 new seasonal recipes, hot chocolate, pancakes, roast dinners, Christmas puddings and mince pies! You can also play as 2 new chefs; Reindeer Chef or Present Head Chef!
One of the greatest multiplayer cooking simulation games, Overcooked 2, probably needs no introduction. The developers Ghost Town Games and the publishers at Team17 have revealed the 3rd and final DLC of their Season Pass. Each DLC can be purchased separately but the DLC so far included in The Season Pass are priced at £14.99/€16.99/$19.99 and include Night of the Hangry Horde and Campfire Cook Off. Now that pack also includes Carnival of Chaos which will be coming to Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4 and Xbox One on September 12th, 2019!
As per usual, this DLC will include new chefs, new kitchens, and new recipes! This time the theme is that of a literal and figurative circus which includes carnival foods such as hot-dogs, doughnuts, and maybe popcorn. In the reveal trailer we see a strong-man and jugglers, as well as one of the players blasting out of a cannon! This game will probably have us all breathing fire! Get it, fire-eaters? We here at myPotatoGames are also loving the adorable pupper Kevin in the corner hanging out with a balloon animal.
For all of our articles pertaining to Overcooked, you can click here. To purchase the Season Pass on Steam or to learn more about it, go here.