This month has seen prolific virtual reality (VR) developer Resolution Games release Wonderglade for Oculus Quest as well as an online sharing update for Angry Birds VR: Isle Of Pigs’ Level Builder. Now the studio has revealed that Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale will be released on Oculus Quest and Rift in a couple of months.
This is a frantic, sandwich building party title for up to four players, the goal is to feed ravenous customers who aren’t your normal everyday Joe. These include the mouse-like Villagers who enjoy an uncomplicated sandwich with a few toppings. On the other end of the scale is the Werewolf who prefers a mighty bite, often requesting sandwiches that are 3 to 5 times the size of a standard lunch.
Each player has their own prep station where they can slice and dice ingredients, cook others and hopefully create a delicious sandwich in the process. Players will have various bread options available, from normal white bread to bagels, dark bread and baguettes. Bread’s no good without a filling so staples like cheese, lettuce, tomato, ham and more are available.
Even though Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale is designed around multiplayer there will still be the option of AI partners if you want to play solo. There will also be some sort of practise mode to get you acquainted with the kitchen – although the studio has yet to release further details.
Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale has a release date of 3rd September 2020 for the Oculus headsets. It won’t be exclusive as the studio has previously mentioned other headsets will follow but hasn’t said which or when.
It’s not the only title Resolution Games has planned for 2020 as its other multiplayer title Blaston is slated for an Oculus Quest launch this Fall. This is a PvP shooter where two players duel. As further details arise, VRFocus will let you know.