About the game
Cuisine Royale is parody battle royale game that takes the familiar mechanics seen in PUBG and mixes them with ridiculous gear as players duke it out wearing undies and kitchen appliances.
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Cuisine Royale gets major update dubbed Weird West: Age of Nagual
Cuisine Royale, Darkflow Software's cookware-happy take on battle royale, has received a major content update called Weird West: Age of Nagual. So, players will be getting a huge new map, fresh character, weapons, items, skills and more.
Cuisine Royale is coming to Xbox One at some point in 2019
Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment probably didn't count on Cuisine Royale being a major hit by their standards, as the game is a parody of PUBG. Still, it sold enough to warrant a port to Xbox One, which will come in 2019.
Cuisine Royale marches on with new guns and anti-cheat system
We guess more cookware warrants more weapons and that's exactly what Darkflow Software have added in the last update to their cookware-utilising battle royale game Cuisine Royale. Oh, and the game now comes with EasyAntiCheat as well.
Cuisine Royale will stay free throughout Early Access
Darkflow Software, the developer of the delightfully refreshing Cuisine Royale, have decided to keep the game free throughout Steam's Early Access, announcing in the process new cosmetics for your underwear and cookware wearing characters.
Cuisine Royale update adds duos and squads, tweaks graphics
I don't want to jinx it but these are usually the best sorts of gaming love stories - Cuisine Royale's latest update is adding duos and squads to their ridiculously fun and funny cookware flavoured battle royale. And the fans rejoiced.
Cuisine Royale launches on Steam, PUBG's gonna sue somebody
We wonder what PUBG Corp, the global saviour and galactic owner of all in-game cookware will say when they see Cuisine Royale, a hilariously themed battle royale that infringes on Greene and Co's aforementioned galactic cookware ownership.