The latest update for Overcooked: All You Can Eat accidentally removes two of the game’s unlockable chefs. For Overcooked players, that may seem like not such a big deal as there are dozens of chefs to play as. In this case, however, it’s two important chefs. Both Everpeckish and Unbread, two of Overcooked: All You Can Eat‘s biggest prizes, are currently absent from the game as Ghost Town Games figures out what the issue with the new update is.


The World Food Festival update arrived just yesterday, on October 12. The update added three new biomes, three new chefs, and an entirely new mechanic involving delivery to Overcooked: All You Can Eat. It adds 10 levels overall and is a substantial expansion to the already significant content in the Overcooked bundle. The update also features a variety of fixes and changes, the complexity of which could likely have led to the chefs being bugged.

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Ghost Town Games says that both Everpeckish and Unbread have “disappeared.” The idea being that even if players unlock the two oddball chefs, they won’t be able to choose them and play. While the developer has acknowledged the issue, it doesn’t have a solution for the problem yet. But Ghost Town Games does say that the team is working to get the characters back “ASAP.” It should be just a matter of days, if not sooner.

As for why the unlockable Overcooked chefs are such a big deal and why Ghost Town Games is treating it like a priority, Everpeckish and Unbread are two important rewards. Everpeckish is rewarded for completing the original Overcooked, and Unbread is unlocked by completing Overcooked 2. The skins represent villains from both games, so they’re uniquely special. At the very least, players should feel rewarded for completing such a challenging accomplishment.

There are still dozens of chef skins for Overcooked players to unlock and play as available in-game. There are dinosaurs, axolotls, sentient boxes, and people of all kinds. The loss of the Everpeckish and Unbread won’t stymie anyone’s overall experience, whether they’re new to Overcooked or returning for the new DLC.

To celebrate the launch of the new Food Festival Update, Overcooked: All You Can Eat is currently available on Steam at a steep 50% discount as part of a Midweek Madness deal. That cuts the price of the bundle, which includes both Overcooked and Overcooked 2, as well as plenty of bonus content, from $39.99 to $19.99. The deal will last until October 17, and players can expect the chef bug to hopefully be fixed before then.

Overcooked: All You Can Eat is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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