Team17’s chaotic co-op kitchen game is heading backwards as it serves up a release for last-gen platforms after being the dish of the day on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
Overcooked: All You Can Eat is a gourmet game bustling with courses. And it’s coming to the PlayStation 4 this March. As per usual, you will have to reserve a table should you want to enjoy this tasty treat on launch night. But unlike a (stingy) taster menu, this is a serving that will keep on giving.
That’s because this is a bundle of both base games and all their DLC, which launched in November on the PlayStation 5 (with no mention of a ‘last generation’ release to go with it, at the time). But Team 17 must have been happy with how it was received as that’s what it’s getting now. And it shouldn’t be compromising too much on the improvements, either.
Sure, it won’t look as pretty as the PlayStation 5 version. But it will still benefit from better graphics and 60 frames per second visuals. Not to mention the convenience of having all the content in one place for fair price. However, the biggest benefit of all is that it will make the game completely ‘cross play’ friendly – with every supported console sporting its own version of Overcooked: All You Can Eat. That should mean finding a cooperative play partnership shouldn’t take too long, so you’d better go and iron your whites now.
If this article has got your tastebuds tingling, Overcooked: All You Can Eat will be served on to the PlayStation 4 on March 23rd.