Overcooked! All You Can Eat ‘World Food Festival’ update releases October 12

    A feast of an update.

    Team17 and Ghost Town Games announced the Overcooked! All You Can Eat ‘World Food Festival’ update releases October 12.

    Overcooked! All You Can Eat is available now for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

    More details about the upcoming Overcooked! All You Can Eat update are available below via Team17:

    Get ready to get your chef’s hat on and get cracking in with 10 new levels, in 3 different Biomes! Baked Bazaar, Metro Mash and Pepper Plaza await!
    We’re excited to announce new chefs are entering the fray! Globe, Fox and 1 alternate Goldfish skin.
    What would Overcooked be, without some absolutely scrumptious recipes? Try your hand at serving up some delicious bobotie and curry!
    We’re excited to announce a new mechanic! Occasionally, you may find that a serving point is blocked by a delivery bag. Place the raw ingredient that is requested, and a delivery person will arrive to pick it up!
    This tasty update will be chock-full of improvements regarding accessibility including level skipping, the ability to turn off fires, reduce flashing/camera shake, and more.
    Patch Notes
    New 10 level DLC campaign and Chefs.
    • Visit 3 Biomes, Baked Bazaar, Metro Mash and Pepper Plaza.
    • 2 new chefs, Globe, Fox and 1 alternate skin for the Globe chef, Goldfish.
    • 2 new recipes:
      • Bobotie
      • Curry
    • New game mechanic using the takeaway delivery bag.
    • Chefs can now be asked to box meals instead of plating.
    Additional Accessibility options
    • Added a reduced camera shake toggle.
    • Reduce flashing effect toggle.
    • Addition of an Assist mode added to the world map which can be toggled on/off at any point regardless of save file, allowing the game to be modified to the player’s needs.
      • Level skipping
      • Increase order timer slider
      • Increase recipe timer slider
      • Increase recipe scores by a percentage.
      • Toggle order timers on/off.
      • Shorten the player respawn timer.
      • Reduce the number of recipes displayed.
      • Turn off fires started by burnt food.
    • Player direction is clearer with an indicator displayed beneath the chefs.
    • Players aligned countertop highlight is now more noticeable.
    • Fonts – Fixed several Dyslexia font bugs.
    • Added a ‘flashing images’ warning to the boot flow.
    • Game and controller settings can now be changed in game.
    Fixed some general localization issues.
    Fixed an issue with the Ghost chef’s VFX can appear incorrectly.
    Fixed an issue of uneven line spacing in the menu settings.
    [PC] Fixed an issue where the controller icons were not displayed correctly.
    Announcement Trailer

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