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Team17, a global games label, creative partner and developer of independent, premium video games in partnership with multi-award-winning indie studio Ghost Town Games is thrilled to announce the release of a new DLC pack for Overcooked! 2 today. The Night of the Hangry Horde DLC is available digitally now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC both as a separate DLC pack and for any existing Season Pass owners.
As a thank you to everyone who has supported the game so far, Ghost Town Games and Team17 have also released a free piece of DLC for all Overcooked! 2 owners, the All at Sea Chef pack. This new pack includes five new chefs to cook up a storm as.
Night of the Hangry Horde DLC
The Onion Kingdom is under attack once again, but this time the enemy have brought friends. The unbread have risen again and have turned their appetites to the Onion King’s castle! Platers must tackle this returning threat using all of their cooking know how.
Night of the Hangry Horde includes new tasty recipes, four extra chefs, twelve creepy new kitchens and eight all new horde wave levels. Night of the Hangry Horde is included within the Season Pass, or available separately for £7.99/8,99€/$9.99.
- Horde mode! Feed the enemies to keep them at bay and stop them from attacking the castle. These eight all new horde wave levels include the ability to repair the castle and unlock shortcut gates using the coins you earn. Watch out for the different enemy types: the unbread; the zombie apple, which is slow, causes huge damage and requires two meals to defeat; and the zombie chili pepper which has fast attacks and mobility!
- New recipes! Prepare guillotine chopped soup, fruit pies and roast dinners. Roast dinners can be cooked quicker by adding more coal to the furnace
- Four New chefs! New spooky chefs Ghost, Vampire and Werewolf plus Boxhead, a returning favourite from the original Overcooked!
- New levels! Nine creepy new kitchens and three new hidden Kevin Kitchens