Overcooked: All You Can Eat, a remastered version of Overcooked and its sequel, is getting a number of new accessibility features when it launches later this year. Developer Ghost Town Games will give players the ability to lengthen recipe times, turn off order expiration, and other features to make the game as easy as they want it to be.
Everyone can feel the heat with Overcooked! All You Can Eat. 🔥
Check out our brand-new assist mode & accessibility options…
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On top of the ability to adjust in-game difficulty, the remastered bundle will also include dyslexia friendly text, color-blind friendly chef indicators, and a scalable user interface. Overcooked publisher Team17 detailed these features on its official blog.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a remastered version of Overcooked 1 and 2, complete with a visual overhaul that supports 4k resolutions. It comes with all previously released downloadable content, like the Sun’s Out Buns Out DLC pack that launched in July. The remaster will also feature cross-play online multiplayer, new chefs, and new levels.
The bundle is launching later this year for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Bake ‘n Switch, an Overcooked-like baking game, may satisfy your hectic co-op needs in the meantime.