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Overcooked! 2, an absolutely brilliant game to play in co-op just recently got even bigger with the Night of the Hangry Horde DLC now available. You can either buy it directly or if you have the Season Pass, it's another that's included.

Sounds like quite an amusing DLC, as it comes with a new Horde Mode which actually looks pretty good. More than just a silly name, it introduces some new game mechanics as you try to repel waves of undead ingredients across eight levels. On top of that there's twelve additional levels, nine new kitchens, and four new chefs to pick from.

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If you missed it, I had some thoughts to share on the game in a previous article, where I said it's "Easily one of the best co-op games available for Linux." and I stick by that. We've had a wonderful time with it!

You can pick up Overcooked! 2 and the Night of the Hangry Horde DLC on Humble Store and Steam. The Linux version is still sadly not available on GOG.

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Klaas 17 June 2019 at 6:12 pm UTC
Has anyone got any response from GOG/the publisher/the developers why the Linux version is not on GOG? I've been ignored by GOG.
pcavalcanti 17 June 2019 at 7:23 pm UTC
Got it last week and we spent the weekend playing it! It's a lot of fun, your statement is correct, it is one of the best co-op experiences on Linux e it ran very smoothly the whole time! I'll pick this up as soon as we finish the main campaign.
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