Overcooked returns with a brand-new helping of chaotic cooking action!
Overcooked! 2 is a casual management cooking game made by host Town Games Limited and Team17 Digital Ltd. You’ve saved the world from the Ever Peckish. Now a new threat has arisen and it’s time to get back in the kitchen to stave off the hunger of The Unbread! Journey back to the Onion Kingdom and assemble your team of chefs in classic couch co-op or online play for up to four players. Hold onto your aprons … it’s time to save the world (again!)
Release Date: 7 Aug, 2018
Developer: Ghost Town Games Ltd., Team17 Digital Ltd
Publisher: Team17 Digital Ltd
Genre: Action, Casual, Indie
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel i3-2100 / AMD A8-5600k
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: GeForce GTX 630 / Radeon HD 6570
HDD: 3 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel i5-650 / AMD A10-5800K
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 / Radeon HD 7510
HDD: 3 GB
- ONLINE/LOCAL MULTIPLAYER MADNESS. You’ll knead to work together (or against each other) to get the highest score in chaotic local and online multiplayer.
- WHET YOUR APPETITE! Travel the land cooking up a range of new recipes that are sure to cater to any tastes, including sushi, cakes, burgers and pizzas.
- FEAST YOUR EYES ON THIS. Journey across a brand new overworld map by land, sea and air. Get cooking in new themes ranging from sushi restaurants, magic schools, mines and even alien planets!
- ROMAINE CALM! Travel through teleporters, across moving platforms and save time by throwing ingredients across dynamic kitchens that shift and evolve. Some kitchens even whisk your chefs away to new locations.
Overcooked! 2 Trailer
Overcooked! 2 Review
Overcooked 2 takes an already tasty recipe, throws in a few new ingredients, and presents itself on a more attractive platter. A worthy successor to the original, Overcooked 2 delivers in all the ways you'd want it too, with room for a little more. Gameplay remains as chaotic as ever but the additional amount of content makes sure it stays fresh for quite a while. The kitchens have more moving parts, the recipes are more varied, and the ability to throw ingredients fundamentally changes the arcade cooking formula. It’s still ideal when played on the couch with friends, but solo play is much improved, and online support adds versatility. Since it's a remarkable improvement from the first game in the series, in a mechanics, aesthetic and gameplay modes, this is one of those party games that should be part of your collection. A must-have for every Friday night party with friends.