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A new update has gone live for Overcooked: Special Edition. Switch players now have access to version 1.1.0.

The developers behind Overcooked have said that the update addresses a bug with the controls and 8-way movement. We’re unsure if the patch encompasses anything else. If any other news comes in, we’ll keep you updated.

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The physical version of Overcooked: Special Edition has a release date. Team17 has announced that it’s currently slated for February 13 in North America and Europe (including the UK).

Two other Team17 games will also be sold physically on Switch. Worms W.M.D and Yoku’s Island Express will be offered at retail next year.

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Overcooked: Special Edition’s performance on Switch was previously addressed with an update. However, the game has been improved further with another patch today.

Aside from giving Overcooked another performance enhancement, the game has added a Japanese language option. Japan will be getting the game on October 12.

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The promised update for Overcooked: Special Edition is now live. Version 1.0.1 is out now.

Among other things, the team has improved the game’s frame rate on Switch. Other improvements have also been implemented.

A second patch is already in the works, and will further improve performance.

Read the full patch notes and message from Team17 below.

Ghost Town Games has been hard at work on a patch for Overcooked: Special Edition, which recently came to Switch. Although it’s still unclear as to when the update will arrive, it sounds like it’s not too far off.

The Overcooked Twitter account told one fan:


When the patch does arrive, Overcooked should run smoother on Switch. Some players have encountered issues with the game’s performance – specifically the frame rate.

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Overcooked: Special Edition launched on Switch last week. Though it’s considered to be an excellent game, it could use a little bit of work on Nintendo’s console. Some users have encountered bugs, frame rate slowdown, and other issues.

Fortunately, the developers are already on the case. An update is in the works, but there’s no word yet on when it will arrive.

The official Overcooked Twitter account has been interacting with players, confirming that a patch is already underway:


Digital Foundry actually published a video today investigating Overcooked’s issues on Switch, which you can see below.

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The launch trailer is live for Overcooked: Special Edition, out today on the Switch eShop. Have a look at the video below.

Our last bit of Overcooked: Special Edition is a new video shared by Videogamer. Below, you can get a look at the game, which launches tomorrow on the Switch eShop.

Switch is getting a big indie game shortly in the form of Overcooked: Special Edition. For those wondering, the game takes up 748MB of space. You’ll be able to purchase and download Overcooked on Switch tomorrow.

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You won’t have to wait much longer for Overcooked: Special Edition on Switch. Today, Team17 announced that it’s due out this week – on Thursday, to be specific. Pricing is set at $19.99 / €19.99 / £15.99.

Overcooked: Special Edition features the Overcooked base game along with The Lost Morsel and Festive Seasoning DLC. HD Rumble is also supported.

Here’s a rundown of features:

● 44 campaign levels which can be played solo or couch co-op with up to 4 players
● 9 versus levels to play head to head locally with either 2 or 4 players
● 22 different chefs to play as. Choose a human, racoon, dinosaur, French bulldog, robot or even a reindeer in your quest for culinary greatness!
● A range of crazy kitchens to play across with different recipes to master – cook soup, burritos, burgers, fish and chips and more!

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