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Soup Pot

Platform(s): PC, Xbox Series X
Genre: Management
Developer: Chikon Club
Release Date: Late 2021

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'Soup Pot' Need Some More Time, Delayed Until Later This Year

by Rainier on Aug. 4, 2021 @ 5:33 p.m. PDT

Soup Pot aims to capture the open nature of home cooking, allowing experimentation across 100 different dishes.

Players will use beautifully stylized 3D renders of ingredients to create these dishes however they like, offering a fun yet challenging experience.

Players will even be able to choose their own plating styles, to make sure the dishes look as pretty and delicious as possible. Soup Pot’s kitchen is a welcoming place, whether you’re a seasoned cook or don’t know which end of the whisk to hold.

You’re free to experiment and try new things without having to worry about the pressure of failing. 

Originally planned for launch somewhere this month, developer Chikon Club has announced it is delaying the game until late 2021.

"We're still brewing memes and making sure the kitchen isn't on fire, so we've decided to delay the release of Soup Pot to later this year on Xbox Series X|S and Steam.

We appreciate everyone who's excited and are looking forward to seeing your wonderful food once it's out!"

Key Features:

  • Become a master of the kitchen, cooking 100 different mouth-watering recipes that incorporate hundreds of potential ingredients. Follow the suggested methods or express your creativity by improvising and experimenting as you see fit.
  • Play with your food! Items shout their names as they’re added to each dish, dough reacts when it’s punched, and other whimsical touches keep the atmosphere light -- and it’s all accompanied by an eclectic soundtrack composed of food-themed tunes.
  • Build your audience by cooking well and learning new recipes. Your viewers will give you supportive (or sarcastic) comments, depending on how your food turns out. Like what you’ve made? You can snap pictures of your best efforts.
  • Grill, slice, bake, mix, and more, with dozens of highly interactive steps. You won’t have to do the dishes, however.

Soup Pot is coming to Xbox Series X|S and PC (Steam) in late 2021.

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