Be prepared to whip up your culinary chaos in Overcooked: All You Can Eat! on free update day. The Birthday Party update for Overcook: All You Can Eat!, (developed by Ghost Town Games) is just one of three games that will be available, from Tuesday, September 7 to Monday, October 4. Celebrate five years of Overcooked! by playing this updated version.
The other two games available in that time frame are Hitman 2 and Predator: Hunting Grounds. Overcooked!, Overcooked! 2, and every morsel of additional content are mixed together for a remastered edition. Overcooked!: All You Can Eat will be available digitally and physically on PS4 (PlayStation 4), PS5 (PlayStation 5), Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, and Steam.
This is an opportunity you may not want to miss out on. Serve as many dishes as you can before time runs out. Hundreds of levels of cooperative cooking (local and online) across kitchens set in dramatic scenarios of danger. Enjoy over 80 chefs in campaign, survival and practice modes and a the new assist mode. Onion Kingdom has many players as possible, in this cross-platform multiplayer, can play (with dyslexia-friendly text, color blindness options, and scalable UI available).
Some fans are upset about the Birthday Party update. Why? The DLC (downloadable content) is available on the latest platforms and every fan do not own the latest platform to get the latest DLC. Some fans have multiple versions of the Overcooked! games and others have access to all of the cooking series via Overcooked! All You Can Eat.
The Assist Mode Will Include The Options:
- Increase the duration of rounds
- The option to skip levels
- The ability to slow the timeouts on recipes
The Delicious, Definitive Edition Features:
- Three new chefs
- Seven new levels
- 60 FPS (frames per minute) gameplay in stunning 4K resolution
- Over 200 levels
- Faster loading times
- Brand new trophies and achievements
For The Birthday Party Update:
- Five new birthday-themed kitchens
- New recipe—cup of tea
- New Chef—Tabby Cat