How do you cook a Turkey? That's right, with a flamethrower. You have your reindeer pop the turkey on a conveyer belt and then your snowman torches it. Christmas Overcooked content is on its way!

Festive Seasoning DLC will be served 6th December on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. And best of all, it's free.

Festive Seasoning adds eight co-op levels in a Winter Lodge theme; two chefs, snowman and reindeer; two recipes, turkey dinner and stew; a flamethrower; Santa hats; and a wintery map and snowmobile to traverse it on.

Overcooked comes Recommended by Eurogamer. It's a co-operative cooking game you can have a rolicking good time with locally - with two players to a single controller if you want. It's great fun. "Farcical couch co-op at its finest," wrote Johnny Chiodini in Eurogamer's Overcooked review. Perhaps it was what inspired him to start cooking real food from recipes found in games. His latest attempt: cooking a real horntooth pie as found in Final Fantasy 15.

Overcooked costs 13 on all three platforms. There's been one small, paid expansion called The Lost Morsel, which added new chefs, levels, theme, map and helicopter vehicle.

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