Overcooked All You Can Eat update 1.09 is ready to be served and available to download on all platforms.
This latest patch (which will appear on some systems as version 1.09) targets a number of reported bugs including multiplayer game crashes. Overcooked update 1.09 also irons out other issues while improving online stability.
For those who have yet to pick up the All You Can Eat edition of the popular co-op cooking game, it offers the ultimate Overcooked package. Also available on newer consoles including PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, it packs in the story mode from both games as well as all their seasonal and premium DLC. Anyway, on with the patch notes!
Overcooked All You Can Eat Update 1.09 Patch Notes
- Invalid error logs removed and some changed
- Custom backtrace data added
- Updated to Xplay Core 220.127.116.11.0
- Fixed an issue that forced the Team17 overlay to close
- Fixed an issue where platform friends would flash constantly
- Fixed a particle effect bug
- Fixed a crash on Xbox if you start the tutorial with no connection
- Fixed a crash when updating the block list after a player has been unlocked
- Fixed an issue with delivering a plate
- Optimised server synchronisation
Team17 and Ghost Town Games recently celebrated five years of Overcooked with the free Birthday Party DLC. This introduced a new chef – Tabby – as well as a new recipe and five kitchens, bringing the total number of stages to over 200.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat was released alongside the new generation of consoles, the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. The new compilation of the two games in the series took all of the existing content and remastered it for the new devices. That meant completely overhauling a lot of the levels from the first game, with new graphics and the online multiplayer support that was introduced in the second game.