Developer Flat Hill Games has announced that tasty virtual reality cooking game Clash of Chefs VR has exited Early Access and is now available for the original Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2 headsets, alongside other Steam VR-compatible devices including Oculus Rift, Valve Index, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality, for $19.99. Clash of Chefs VR challenges aspiring Michelin star cooks to serve burgers, pasta, pizza, ramen, sushi, burritos, and more against online or asynchronous multiplayer rivals in order to climb the leaderboard and become the best chef in virtual reality.
Foodies can also sharpen their culinary skill offline across 80 different single-player levels featuring a wide variety of American, Italian, Japanese, and Mexican recipes.
“We’re excited to deliver the final version of Clash of Chefs, complete with new content like a Mexican restaurant, achievements, customization features, and more, to our fans on Oculus Quest’s hyper-curated platform,” says Adrian Djura, CEO and Founder of Flat Hill Games. “We can’t wait to witness the delicious and diabolical dishes our community serves in between occasional food fights.”
Becoming the next Gordon Ramsay won’t be a cakewalk, as customers will order increasingly intricate items off the menu once players have learned their way around a spatula. Fans will have to flip burgers, boil spaghetti, roll fish, and wrap burritos with precision if they hope to earn a notable spot on the leaderboard. Smash plates over a waiter’s head or splash soda in a rival’s face to serve dinner with a show.
Clash of Chefs VR is now available for Oculus Quest and Steam VR headsets for $19.99.