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Overcooked! 2, quite possibly one of the best co-op games available on Linux for the madness it offers and proper laugh out loud fun. It's also about to get bigger, for free.

Ghost Town Games and Team17 Digital have announced the Overcooked! 2 – Sun's Out, Buns Out! free update that's going to release on July 5. Filled full of extra content, it's not going to be a DLC either but as a normal game update so get ready to dash across crazy kitchens some more with a friend.

Check out the update trailer:

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What they've said it will actually include:

  • New chefs: Bark! Bark! What’s that? TWO lovable canine chefs are joining the Overcooked! 2 kitchen crew!
  • Summer recipes: Cool off with an ice cream float or keep it fresh with a summer salad!
  • New kitchens: Take a trip to hot new destinations with five new kitchens to cook in!
  • Party on: What better way to start the summer than with a parade? Expect fireworks, confetti and festival floats to spice up your game!

There's not many games my own son asks to play with me and Overcooked! 2 is one of them. It's because something of an extra regular gaming bonding session over here at kitchen GOL. Overcooked! 2 is good, wholesome family-friendly fun and it's been supported well since release. Currently on Steam, it has a Very Positive rating from well over fourteen thousand people so you know it's hit the mark.

You can pick up a copy of Overcooked! 2 from Humble Store and Steam. It's absolutely worth the monies.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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