Developer Vertigo Gaming recently announced that Cook, Serve, Delicious will be getting a sequel that includes a host of brand new features. The original Cook, Serve, Delicious released back in 2013 and quickly went on to become a popular game on Steam thanks to its challenging gameplay and unique time management components.
In the game, your character uses their life savings to buy a restaurant in the Teragon Supertower. There, you begin the process of building your restaurant into the best establishment in the world from the ground up. The upcoming sequel will include a similar premise, but will also introduce various new features as well.
Players can expect the following features in Cook, Serve, Delicious 2:
- 60+ Hour Base Campaign
- New “Chef for Hire” Campaign Mode
- The Return of the Classic Management Mode
- New Local Co-Op Mode
- New Gameplay Features and Additions
- 180+ Foods, Sides, Drinks, and Desserts
- Full Steam Achievements/Cloud/Trading Cards/Leaderboard
- 1080p native/60fps
The changes seen in Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 will definitely excite fans of the original game. While you had six unique restaurant styles to choose from in the original, and no real control over the design, the sequel aims to include over 1,000 unlockable objects. These objects will give the player the ability to fully customize their restaurant.
At the end of each in-game day, these objects will randomly unlock, and players have the ability to unlock additional items by leveling up and completing objectives. Another exciting new feature coming to the sequel is local co-op. This new mode allows two players to work together in the kitchen, and swap jobs as needed.
Of course, with the Chef for Hire campaign spanning 400+ levels, you can return to channeling your inner Gordon Ramsey in single-player whenever you desire.