Flat Hill Games released its cooking videogame Clash of Chefs VR as a Steam Early Access title back in 2018 for PC VR headsets. This summer Clash of Chefs is set to officially launch, leaving Early Access whilst natively supporting the Oculus Quest platform.
For the last couple of years Clash of Chefs VR has been serving up a fast and frantic cooking experience where players can tackle an 80 level single-player or go head-to-head in the multiplayer. Budding virtual chefs will be challenged to prepare American, Italian, and Japanese recipes as fast as possible, juggling various stations as they create ever more complex meals.
From slapping a simple burger together to plating up a bowl of ramen, to hit the top of those online leaderboards players will need to carefully ensure the right amount of beans go in the burritos, shredded cheese doesn’t overwhelm pasta bowls and the salad is finely chopped.
It doesn’t all need to be serious work though. Have some fun along the way by unleashing your inner Gordon Ramsey, smashing plates on the floor, throwing an onion in the waiters face or grabbing the condiment bottles to create a fountain or sauce.
“Oculus Quest’s catalog is hyper-curated to ensure a high degree of player satisfaction and great return on investment for developers,” says Adrian Djura, CEO and Founder of Flat Hill Games in a statement. “We’re proud that our virtual food frenzy, Clash of Chefs VR, will soon be featured among other quality titles on the headset’s platform.”
As Clash of Chefs VR will be leaving Early Access Flat Hill Games will providing a bunch of new content for current players to enjoy, with a new themed restaurant, achievements, and customization options just some of the new features.