Is Overcooked All You Can Eat Cross Platform? Find Out Now, Chef.

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Overcooked! All You Can Eat (aka Overcooked AYCE) is a cooking simulation video game that can be played solo, but the real fun begins when you play with others.

AYCE is a remastered bundle of Overcooked (2016) and the sequel Overcooked 2 (2018), which includes both games remastered using the Overcooked 2 engine and runs in 4K at 60fps on next-gen consoles. 

The game also supports online cross-platform multiplayer and has become a popular co-op experience because of how funny and frantic things can get while cooking the various dishes.

So that begs the question, is Overcooked All You Can Eat cross-platform?

Overcooked All You Can Eat is cross-platform between PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch. This means that you can crossplay Overcooked AYCE with friends across all platforms.

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Overcooked 2 FAQ:

Here are the answers to some other common questions about Overcooked AYCE:

Is Overcooked All You Can Eat cross-generation?

Yes, Overcooked All You Can Eat is cross-gen.

​Is Overcooked All You Can Eat on Game Pass?

No, Overcooked AYCE isn’t on Game Pass, and according to Team17, there are no plans to add it to Game Pass either.

​Can I buy Overcooked All You Can Eat as a physical version?

You can purchase AYCE as a physical version for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X. However, there isn’t any physical version available for Xbox One.

Notice that the next-gen disc versions won’t work in last-gen consoles.

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​Is Overcooked All You Can Eat cross-progression?

No, Overcooked 2 isn’t cross-progression, so there is no cross saving between platforms.

​Is Overcooked All You Can Eat worth it?

Yes, Overcooked All You Can Eat is great fun and worth it if you like a game with a chef’s casual, fun, and often stressful life.

It’s also worth it if your friends own AYCE because the game isn’t compatible with Overcooked 2 fx. So even though the earlier versions of Overcooked are bundled in AYCE, you can’t crossplay unless you all play AYCE.

​What is Overcooked! AYCE? – A quick introduction for new chefs.

  • Game Developer: Team17, Ghost Town Games
  • Game Publisher: Team17
  • Genre: Simulation, co-op

Since Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a cooking simulator, it doesn’t have a narrative experience like many other titles.

Instead, the game has different levels that will task you with making different dishes in different environments.

The stories that you create in this game are your own. It’s more about making fun memories with your co-op partners as you attempt to beat the levels with as many stars as possible.

To succeed in Overcooked AYCE, you will need to understand time management. This game is about preparing ingredients and putting together different dishes that can be sent out to paying customers.

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Remembering the right steps and completing things on time can be very challenging. Working with co-op partners will help you get things done if you can communicate with your teammates properly. 

The game is designed to overwhelm players if they don’t work together. Many hazardous things can occur in the kitchen, such as bumping into other chefs.

​What platforms are Overcooked All You Can Eat available for?

Overcooked All You Can Eat is available for:

  • PC (Microsoft Windows)
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox Series X|S
  • PlayStation 4 (PS4)
  • PlayStation 5 (PS5)
  • Nintendo Switch

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