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You might want to wash your hands and grab your Chef's Hat as Overcooked! 2 has a free update out and it's a big one.

Ghost Town Games and Team 17 are celebrating the Chinese New Year in style with a new map, new kitchens, new recipes, new themed chefs including a dragon and a pig along with a new game mode which was quite a surprise.

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The new game mode is what they're calling "Survival Mode", this is a true test of your endurance with a timer ticking down. As you make more meals, time will get added on for you to attempt to cook for as long as possible. The game was already quite chaotic and this mode sounds like some good crazy fun.

Additionally, there's a now a quick way to replay a level for those who think they can do better.

You can find it on Humble Store and Steam.

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damarrin 7 Feb, 2019
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Wow, I must have missed the news it was on Linux. Bought immediately. :-)
flesk 7 Feb, 2019
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I played the new kitchens with a friend yesterday, and they're very good. Awesome game, and I'm very happy to have it on Linux. <3
Swiftpaw 7 Feb, 2019
Awesome game, really fun for co-op and parties!
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