Overcooked! is a beloved game by many. Heck, it's even part of our Top 5 list, the best 2-player co-op games for couples and BFFs. Many people played this game during Valentine's Day, and will continue to play it for years to come. But for those who don't have yet, a very alluring option has just come to tempt you to make the purchase.


Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a collection of all levels of the two Overcooked! games releasing on March 23. The game collects all levels from both games in one neat package. With over 200+ levels from the two games, seven new levels, over eighty chefs, and all the DLC, the $40 package is worth the full-course meal.

Developers Team17 and Ghost Town Games didn't stop with just a collection, though. They're making sure that even those of you who already have a copy of either game still have a reason to purchase this collection. The kicker? Overcooked! All You Can Eat will let you play in fresh 60fps at 4k resolution. (Oh, sorry Switch users. Not you. No 60fps 4k for you.)

Apart from that, Overcooked! All You Can Eat is making the game more accessible than ever. Apart from its wide array of accessibility options coming over, the collection will also be giving us a new “assist mode.” The assist mode makes sure that gamers can finally share this game with their non-gamer SOs. No more getting mad over a video game, couch-coop is now truly for everyone.

Overcooked is a charming multiplayer game for up to four players. As chefs in a messy, chaotic, and sometimes volcanic restaurant, you're responsible for meeting orders of hungry customers. Overcooked! All You Can Eat is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on March 23, 2021.