Prepare for online kitchens and crazier chefs in Overcooked! 2, out 7th August on PS4

In the first Overcooked! Chefs gathered around the couch to save the Onion Kingdom from the threat of the Ever-Peckish. Now a new threat has arisen and it’s time to return to the Onion Kingdom. However, some things have changed since you were last there, so here’s five reasons to return to the Onion Kingdom for Overcooked! 2.

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1. An online onion kingdom

The top fan requested feature from the first game is here; chefs around the world can now unite for some chaotic cooking. Seasoned professionals and new chefs can gather round a TV for couch co-op or jump online to assemble their teams.

2. Crazy kitchens

These are by far the most devious kitchens yet devised. There are travellators that will speed you round the kitchens, gusts of wind that will blow you away, and portals you can use to teleport around the kitchen. You’ll have to learn new mechanics such as throwing to overcome the challenge of levels that dynamically change as you cook.

3. Tasty recipes

We’ve expanded the menu to include delectable dishes from all over the globe including sushi, dim sum, pancakes, pizzas and burgers. And with the new menu comes new cooking tools you’ll have to master such steamers, blenders and mixers.

4. Spoilt for choice

The heroes of the Onion Kingdom have returned and are joined by a courageous culinary company of chefs. First game favourites such as the Racoon chef return alongside Octopus chef, Mouse chef, Croc chef and more!

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5. More Kevin

We heard you loud and clear that you wanted more Kevin so we’ve gone ahead and hidden bonus Kevin kitchens around the map, just look out for Kevin’s symbol…

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We’re looking forward to jumping online to play Overcooked! 2 with you when it launches on 7th August 2018!

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