Cult co-op game Overcooked is set to hit the next generation of consoles in a big way.

Overcooked: All You Can Eat will combine both Overcooked games and all of their DLC, plus new stuff, all remastered in 4K and in one neat little package for PS5 and Xbox Series X. That’s a lot of stress for your buck!

We’re talking new graphics, new music, 200+ levels (seven new ones), 180+ chefs (three newies), new trophies/achievements, an assist mode and, for the first time, online (and cross-platform) multiplayer.

If you haven’t had the pleasure, the Overcooked games are up to four-player co-operative cooking experiences, where you’re set loose in an increasingly wild set of kitchens and tasked with preparing, cooking and serving food… and also washing dishes. It gets manic very quickly, and relies on good co-operation between players to work.

If you loved the recent Moving Out (read our review here) then you might dig Overcooked. It has a similar co-op vibe, although we find the kicthen antics a whole lot more stressful than the therapeutic joy of piffing peoples’ home contents into trucks.

Here’s a look at Overcooked: All You Can Eat, which is set to release when the PS5 and Xbox Series X arrive:

Overcooked 2 at JB Hi-Fi.