‘Overcooked All-You-Can-Eat’ adds an array of accessibility options

Team17’s Overcooked series is one of the best multiplayer games currently. The developers are bringing those experiences to next-gen platforms with Overcooked All You Can Eat.

Overcooked All You Can Eat is a collection of the games for next-gen consoles. Of course, players can expect a few upgrades for these versions of the fun multiplayer games. Just recently, Team17 revealed more of the changes coming with the collection.

Accessibility options and more

It may seem like a light and fun game, but the truth is that Overcooked is a hard title. Whether its played solo or with up to three others, the game is as difficult as it gets. Part of the difficulty is the fact that players have to coordinate themselves accordingly.

The good news is that the new version of the two games will have a range of accessibility options. These options will make the game easier to play, thus making them more accessible even for kids.

Some of the changes players can make to adjust the difficulty in the game are to lengthen recipe times, shut off order expiration, and more. Overall, these features help players enjoy the game more.

Apart from difficulty sliders, the Overcooked All You Can Eat collection also includes new settings for those with impairments. As per Team17, the game will consist of dyslexia-friendly text, color-blind friendly chef indicators, and much more. It’s not on the same level as the accessibility of The Last of Us 2, but the settings are greatly appreciated as well.

Is it worth getting?

The bundle will include the first two Overcooked games along with their DLCs. These games are a fun multiplayer experience that can be played online or locally. Those who enjoyed the original titles should definitely try out the collection.

The bundle will be enhanced to accommodate the power of the next-gen consoles. The upgrades include better performance, visuals, and much more.

In Overcooked, players are tasked with running a restaurant. They’ll have to work together to ensure that the diners are going to be satisfied. Players will have to cook, prep, and wash the dishes to ensure that the restaurant runs as smoothly as possible.

Overcooked All You Can Eat launches for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X later this year. No exact release date has been given for the game yet, but hopefully, we’ll be getting more details about it soon.

Image used courtesy of Team17/YouTube

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