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Overcooked 2 celebrates The Carnival of Chaos

If I had to describe the Overcooked series in just one word, it would probably be chaos. It’s very enjoyable chaos, but chaos none the less. Well, Overcooked 2 has just got a little more chaotic with the release of its latest expansion, The Carnival of Chaos. And what a carnival it appears to be with 15 new levels, 4 new cooks, the addition of hot dogs and doughnuts, and canons to “help” get you around the kitchen. Overcooked 2 – Carnival of Chaos is available now for $5.99 or as part of the Overcooked 2 – Season Pass.

Here’s the trailer for Overcooked 2 – Carnival of Chaos as well as the official description –

Celebrate more Overcooked! 2 at the Carnival of Chaos!
Overcooked! 2 Carnival of Chaos invites players to a celebration of all things cooking, co-op and chaos! This colourful new DLC will put players to the test as you take on combo meals and that kitchen essential, the canon!
Canons! An unconventional kitchen requires unconventional means of transport. Chefs must load themselves into the canon and fly through the air with the greatest of ease.
Combo Meals! For extra hungry customers, players must combine cuisines on a trusty tray, topped off with a refreshing beverage.
New Recipes! Hot dogs and everyone’s favourite circular food, the mighty donut, join the menu!
Sauces! Is it even possible to have a hot dog without ketchup or mustard…or both?!
Plus 15 New Levels! Players will burn burgers in the big top and tackle tasty treats on a tight rope in a series of vibrant new levels.
Four New Chefs! A quartet of colourful characters join the culinary chaos: Ringmaster Chef, Strongman Chef, Clown Chef and Stunt Chef!

You can check out the review of Overcooked 2! on our sister site, Nintendo Enthusiast, here.

What did you think of Overcooked 2? Have you tried any of the DLC such as Night of the Hangry Horde? Will you be picking up The Carnival of Chaos? Share you thoughts in the comments section below.

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at Xbox Enthusiast as well as a contributor for Nintendo Enthusiast and PlayStation Enthusiast. Steve is a musician and gamer who loves sharing his passion for each. You will normally find him at the front of the grid in racing games or on the other end of the kill cam when you've just been killed in a first-person shooter.

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