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Overcooked: Special Edition Now Available On Switch

Overcooked has been available on various platforms in the past, but it has now finally made its way to the Nintendo Switch. You can play Overcooked Special Edition on the TV or on the go and up to four people can don chefs hats simultaneously. The game requires the players to gather and prepare specific ingredients to create a dish. All of this must be done as quickly as possible since there’s a timer constantly counting down. The key to victory is to communicate with your fellow teammates and coordinate a plan of attack. Perhaps John will be slicing up the veggies, while Erik washes and grabs the plates, and Ben takes care of the rat problem. Yeah, rats. It’s a very busy kitchen!



So, what makes this version so special? Well, it includes two expansions and even has HD Rumble so you can feel every slice in your hands! The game is available now on the eShop for $19.99. We will have a full review soon!


The Onion Kingdom is in peril and only the finest cooking can save it!Overcooked Special Edition is an epic culinary journey for both solo and couch co-op chefs. Your teamwork skills will be tested as you and your team prepare delicious dishes, coordinate your actions, and avoid diabolical kitchen hazards. Only then can you achieve your destiny of becoming a master chef capable of stopping an ancient edible evil which plagues the land.


  • 1-4 players must cooperate as they frantically serve up food to customers. Unlock new levels, chef characters and even competitive challenge levels which allow teams of two to engage in hard boiled, head-to-head contests.
  • Each level brings a new challenge for you and your team, whether it’s sliding around on a pirate ship, moving between speeding trucks, cooking on an ice floe or serving food in the bowels of a fiery underworld.
  • Simple controls make sure anyone can join the fun, but only a well-vegetable-oiled team will be able to reach the top.
  • Overcooked Special Edition features all the exhilarating kitchens from the main game, as well as both expansions, ‘The Lost Morsel’ and ‘Festive Seasoning.’

If you’re interested in learning more or purchasing the game today, dust off your chef’s whites and click here.


Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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