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Overcooked: Special Edition Lands On Nintendo Switch July 27

Overcooked: Special Edition Lands On Nintendo Switch July 27

This Special Edition contains the 44-stage main campaign, nine competitive levels for either two or four players (1v1 or 2v2), and the The Lost Morsel and Festive Seasoning add-ons.

Though the game was released past year on the PS4 and Xbox One, it will be a welcome game for the Switch, as it is the ultimate co-op console.

Team17 has announced that Ghost Town Games' award-winning co-op cook-off title Overcooked: Special Edition is finally coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop on July 27th.

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It can be played either single player or co-op, but Overcooked is designed with couch co-op play in mind - and the Switch, with its innovative joy-con controllers, is the ideal platform for playing together with friends. The Switch version of Overcooked will also support HD rumble via the Nintendo Switch's Joy Con controllers.

Traverse through the campaign solo or engage in classic, chaotic couch co-op for up to four players. The raccoon, for example, is in a wheelchair for some reason, or you can be a robot, dinosaur, or bulldog - whatever suits your fancy in the moment. You'll have to cook a range of different dishes and work together to become the ultimate cooking team!

A range of insane kitchens to play across with different recipes to master - cook soup, burritos, burgers, fish and chips and more! And, of course, you'll be able to play it in any of the Switch's three play styles: handheld, tabletop, and TV mode.


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