Battle Chef Brigade launches this holiday for Switch and PC, later for PS4

Hand-drawn 2D animated hunting and cooking.

Battle Chef Brigade

Battle Chef Brigade will launch for Switch and PC this holiday, publisher Adult Swim Games and developer Trinket Studios announced.

A PlayStation 4 version is also planned and will follow the Switch and PC release “as closely as possible,” Trinket Studios told Gematsu, “especially once all launch bugs are ironed out.”

Here’s an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Battle Chef Brigade features fantasy chefs, including Orcs, Elves, and Humans, who need to hunt dangerous monsters for ingredients. With those ingredients, before the critical eye of the judges, the chefs create culinary masterpieces in an intense tournament. Battle Chef Brigade pairs one part combo-based action hunting and one part puzzle-based cooking, all as the round clock ticks down.

Key Features

  • Hand drawn 2D animated characters and monsters.
  • Four playable chefs each with their own short campaign which delves into each character’s personality and cuisine.
  • A chef’s pairing of equal parts old-school brawler, match-three puzzler, served with a side of light RPG progression.
  • Daily challenge leaderboards where Battle Chefs can boast about their day’s best culinary creations.
  • Deadly and delicious monsters. Subdue them in the arena!
  • Puzzle Rush and Break the Targets modes for leaderboard domination.

Watch a new trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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