Overcooked! All You Can Eat comes back to PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC – cross-platform multiplayer update announced

Overcooked! All You Can Eat, the remastered compilation of Overcooked! and Overcooked 2!, is heading back to the platforms it originated on. Having been a launch game for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, the bundle is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam on 23rd March. Oh, and cross-platform multiplayer will also be coming after launch.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat brings together over 200 levels from the heavily expanded games. There’s both of the main games, all of the DLC and free updates, and then there’s seven new levels that were made as an added sprinkling of culinary goodness on top.

The game brings all of the previous content up to the same standard, so while the Overcooked! 2 levels will look relatively close to how they did at its 2018 launch, the content from the 2016 original looks prettier and has online multiplayer support. AYCE features resolutions up to 4K, depending on the platforms, and runs at 60fps on PS4, Xbox One and PC – Switch runs at 30fps. There’s a new assist mode to try and make the game a mite more accessible, and the multiplayer will be expanded to work across platforms in a free post-launch update.

The assists include options to increase level times, boost scores for each meal served, lengthen recipe times and turn off order expiration. There’s also colour-blind indicators, a scalable user interface and a dyslexia friendly font.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat will be releasing digitally on all platforms for £30/$40/€40, a £10 saving on the PS5 and XSX|S release from the end of 2020, and with a physical release for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. There won’t be any upgrade pricing from the original game releases, but we’ve asked Team17 for clarity about any cross-generational upgrades for the All You Can Eat edition.

Source: press release

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