Overcooked 2 gets tropical with its first DLC, the Surf ‘n’ Turf update.
Overcooked 2, the chaotic multiplayer cook ’em up, is an absolute delight, just like the first game. Pressed into service for the Onion King, you travel the world to different kitchens, rustling up delicious meals with beautifully coordinated teamwork.
For certain values of delicious and beautifully coordinated, of course. It’s madness, but that’s the joy of it.
The game’s first DLC, titled Surf ‘n’ Turf, transports the chaotic cooks to sunnier climes, featuring the following tropical features:
- New Levels! Surf ‘n’ Turf features 12 new story levels. Explore the island from the pool to the beach, just watch out for waves and…. conga lines?!
- New Recipes! Blend fruit into refreshing smoothies and BBQ tasty skewers for your hungry islanders
- New Mechanics! Who said washing up had to be dull? Blast your plates clean with the trusty water pistol. Stoke the fires of your BBQ with the bellows but be aware that the hotter the fire, the quicker your food will burn
Three new chefs also join the Overcooked 2 roster, including the parrot chef, island chef, and the return of Boof – with natty holiday sunglasses. Though if you do a Google search for “Overcooked Boof” it will suggest “overcooked beef”, which is something else entirely.
Overcooked 2’s Surf ‘n’ Turf DLC is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The update is priced at a very reasonable priced at £4.49 / €4.99 / $5.99 US.
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