Cook Serve Forever the new cooking adventure game will run on Linux with Windows PC. All thanks to further details from the creative minds behind Vertigo Gaming Inc. Due to make its way onto Steam this April.
Vertigo Gaming Inc. announces its massive new culinary adventure Cook Serve Forever. Due to release into Early Access this April. But there is also a pre-release demo available to download and play on Steam. This is a Windows PC Demo but runs decently on Linux via Proton. But first, here are the support plans according to the Vertigo Gaming email.
We’re using Game Maker Studio 2 for this game. And while we wont’ have a native Linux port we are happy to see it working really well with Proton and will further improve compatibility with that and the Steam Deck.
While Cook Serve Forever is being developed in GameMaker Studio 2, there are plans. Since the developer will focus more directly on Proton as well as a Steam Deck. Since most GM2 games focus Ubuntu as its primary Linux OS. Most games run quite well outside of native support via Proton. So at least we have some sort of win. Although it would be nice to see YoYo Games (developer of GameMaker Studio 2) upgrade their Linux compatibility.
Cook Serve Forever – Ready to Get Cookin
Cook Serve Forever is a cooking adventure game where you play as Nori Kaga, a home-taught chef. Doing so with nothing to her name but a food cart and a dream to make it big like her role model, the Culinary Queen, Chef Rhubarb. Chop, stir, and sauté your way through the bustling solarpunk city of Helianthus. Manage your menu, learn delicious recipes, and meet a diverse cast of friends and foes on your way to culinary greatness.
The new IP from the creators of “Cook, Serve, Delicious!” features:
- A massive new adventure with dozens of hours of gameplay.
- Gameplay in Cook Serve Forever simulates the rhythm and tactility of cooking.
- Hundreds of new ingredients and recipes with an all new dynamic cooking system.
- An amazing original soundtrack by award winning composer Jonathan Geer.
- Optional side quests with a diverse cast of characters.
Be sure to check out the Cook Serve Forever Demo. Which is due to receive regular updates to address bugs and balance. Plus you can also Wishlist the game on Steam. Due to arrive in April 2023 on Windows PC, but playable on Linux via Proton.