Twitter FB
An error has occurred

An error has occurred

An error has occurred

ZeroLives.com serves cookies to personalize content, show advertisements and analyze traffic. Information about your use of this website may be shared with third parties.
More information OK

Cuisine Royale kitchen warfare Battle Royale game makes its way to Steam Early Access

All-kitchen-warfare Battle Royale

by
Monday, June 18, 2018 - 17:26 BST
Cuisine Royale kitchen warfare Battle Royale game makes its way to Steam Early Access
Monday, June 18, 2018 - 17:26 BST
by


Indie development studio Darkflow Software has released its Battle Royale shooter game Cuisine Royale on Steam. The game is currently in Early Access.


According to a recent announement, Cuisine Royale is an all-kitchen-warfare Battle Royale game. The game was originally made as an April Fool's joke but has now made its way to Steam as a separate title because it was appreciated by its players.
Advertisement
No one likes ads. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills. sentiment_dissatisfied
Please whitelist us in your adblocker software so that we can continue to provide quality content.
Aside from weapons you can find in your own kitchen, the game also features a variety of traditional machine guns and melee weapons.

In addition, the game features "the most honest" lootboxes scattered around the map. These lootboxes are completely free to open and listed content has a 100% chance droprate.

Unlike other popular Battle Royale games, up to 30 players will play against each other per session, each starting from different parts of the map and making their way to the center of a battlefield that is constantly shrinking in size.

Cuisine Royale will be free for a limited time only until June 25, 2018, after which a paid version will be released to cover further development and server costs. Those who activate the game before that date will get to keep it.
bubble_chart

Read more about

Cuisine Royale PC Indie Early Access Battle Royale Gaijin Distribution KFT Darkflow Software
person

About the author

Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

chat_bubble

Comments

Advertisement
No one likes ads. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills. sentiment_dissatisfied
Please whitelist us in your adblocker software so that we can continue to provide quality content.
mail
Weekly newsletter
close
ZeroLives.com
Get the official mobile app
Do you want to receive notifications for breaking news?
Enable notifications