Cooking adventure game Epic Chef adds PS4, Xbox One, and Switch versions, launches this summer

Story-driven adventure game flavored with life simulator, cooking, and crafting elements.

Epic Chef

“Anti-life-sim” cooking adventure game Epic Chef will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch in addition to its previously announced PC (Steam) version this summer, publisher Team17 and deeloper Infinigon Games announced in a Team17 spring show reel video.

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

About

Epic Chef is a story-driven adventure game flavored with life simulator, cooking, and crafting elements, blended together into one delicious dish!

Key Features

  • Delicious Dishes – Dynamic recipe creation means that you can experiment with thousands of different ingredient combinations to create a unique menu of delicious delights.
  • Chef Battles – Take on rival chefs in epic culinary clashes to see who is crowned cooking king! Dishes are scored on a variety of things and no two judges have the same taste, meaning every battle is different.
  • Home on the Range – Live off your land by growing food such as fruit and vegetables as well as tending to an eclectic mix of animals from cows to unicorns! Repair and customize your dilapidated (and slightly haunted) villa.
  • Crafty Cook – A chef is only as good as their tools. Gather resources to craft specialized machinery that can process your ingredients, and even create new recipe components!
  • Explore Ambrosia – You are free to explore all that the city has to offer. Visit various locations such as the tavern, the spa or try your hand at fishing. Meet the friendly locals and make them hate you less with the power of food.
  • Tale as Old as Thyme – Enjoy a humorous story, with an elaborate cast of characters, all woven into a world inspired by classics such as Mister Ajikko or the writing of Sir Terry Pratchett.

Grab your spatula and start on a journey to become Epic… Chef.

Watch a new trailer below.

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