The game also includes new content to play the brutal battles between its champions.
It is becoming more and more common to see huge updates in some games, which change both the design and even their name. That is what Gaijin Entertainment and Darkflow Software have done with Cuisine Royale, which from now on is called CRSED: FOAD And as those responsible claim it will be a ‘new’ game thanks to the large amount of content and new features it includes.
Faced with so much change and they have added they have chosen to rename the game as CRSED: FOAD, acronym for Cuisine Royale Second Edition: Fulfillment of All Desires, the second part being the name of the tournament in which the characters of the game compete.
It is a multiplayer action game with battle-royale mechanics and quite goryThe announcement also comes with the availability of the title in PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, whose versions are already ready and will be published in the coming days, running both at 4K and 60 frames per second, except for Xbox Series S, where it moves to 1440p while maintaining the refresh rate at 60 FPS. CRSED: FOAD is also available on the Epic Games Store and has become Gaijin Entertainment’s first game on this platform.
“We think the new title better expresses the idea of brutal Last Man Standing battles where champions with mystical powers fight,” he said. Alexander Polyakov, chief designer of the game that until now we knew as Cuisine Royale.
The metagame of the title has changed with several aspects, including a new free character rotation system with which players will be able to try most of the champions to decide between them. They have also been added two new types of mystical powers to the game, which are equippable cooldown abilities and craftable Hex Bags. And the new battle system allows players to earn cosmetic items, bag recipes, mystical scrolls, and other rewards.
If you are curious to know what the game initially offered, we recommend our analysis of Cuisine Royale.
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