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Overcooked! All You Can Eat has landed on Switch, bringing all main content and extra content from the series’ two main games in a definitive edition. Check out some footage in the video below.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat can be purchased both physically and digitally on Switch. Learn more about the package here.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat launches on Switch today. Check out the launch trailer from Team17 below.

Retailers have provided the boxart for Overcooked! All You Can Eat, which launches for Switch later this month. View the packaging image above.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat is slated for March 23 on Switch. We have more information about the release here.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat can be pre-ordered on Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat is coming to Switch, Team17 and Ghost Town Games have announced. A release is planned for March 23.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat features all 200 levels from the series’ two titles. It also comes with new features like an assist mode.

Here’s an overview of the game, along with a trailer:

Yesterday, it was announced that Overcooked 2 is the next Nintendo Switch Online Game Trial in Europe (and Australia). The same news has now been extended to North America as well.

If you’re a Nintendo Switch Online subscriber, Overcooked 2 can be played for free starting on February 10 at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET. The offer ends on February 16 at 11:59 PM PT / February 17 at 2:59 AM ET. Progress can be transferred to the full version.

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Overcooked 2 will be the next Nintendo Switch Online Game Trial in Europe, Nintendo has announced. Subscribers will be able to play the full game for free starting on Wednesday. As always, all progress can be used in the full version.

Nintendo has thus far not announced any similar plans for North America. However, as long as you’re a subscriber and create a European Nintendo Account, you should still be able to participate.

The Nintendo Switch Online Game Trial in Europe will be offered between February 10 and February 16.

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Nintendo has revealed that Overcooked 2 will soon be temporarily free in Japan as part of a temporary Switch Online offer. Members can play the game at no extra charge between December 7 and December 13. Additionally, progress can be transferred to the paid version.

Thus far, this offer has not been announced for the west. However, as long as you’re a Switch Online subscriber, you should be able to participate. You’ll just need to create a Japanese Nintendo Account (if you haven’t done so already), register it with your Switch system, and access the Japanese eShop.

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The rollout of content continues for Overcooked 2, as Team17 and Ghost Town Games today revealed a free Moon Harvest Festival update. The patch “sees Kevin the Dog and The Onion King welcome in the autumn/fall season with three varieties of mooncakes – the traditional dessert for the celebrations – on the menu, along with five new levels in which to cook up chaos, and the introduction of hazardous lily pads that can barely hold a chef’s weight.”

Here’s a trailer:

The new Sun’s Out Buns Out DLC for Overcooked 2 has been dated for Switch. It’ll be available starting on July 16, publisher Team17 and developer Ghost Town Games have announced.

Here’s an overview of the DLC, along with a trailer:

New DLC will soon be offered for Overcooked 2, known as Sun’s Out Buns.

The latest content includes two new canine chefs, summer-themed recipes, five new levels, and a parade theme that features kitchens atop moving floats, floating kitchens, firework hazards, and confetti. It’ll also come with sauce dispensers that previously appeared in the Carnival of Chaos DLC.

Overcooked 2’s Sun’s Out Buns Out DLC will be out on Switch and other consoles shortly after the Steam debut on July 5. We have a trailer and footage for the new content below.