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    Cooking Simulator March 30 Update Patch Notes

    A new Cooking Simulator update is now available to download on PC. According to the official Cooking Simulator patch notes, the latest update added a new game mode – Relax mode to the game.

    Previously, a major update added new changes, fixes, and gameplay improvements.

    Unfortunately, players are still experiencing several issues since the release. Today’s Cooking Simulator patch will fix a few of these issues. Check out more details below.

    Cooking Simulator Patch Notes – March 30, 2022

    Features:

    • Added new game mode – Relax mode! In this gamemode, time of the day flows as usual, but guests orders have time limits removed, allowing you to take your time and take everything at your own pace. When loading old save file, you will be prompted to choose whether you want to play the Classic Mode or the Relax Mode.
    • Skipping day ahead of time – after half a day has passed, you can choose to skip the rest of the day and cancel existing orders without penality, so experienced players can progress faster in the early game
    • Filtering recipes in laptop view and Custom Menu view by recipe name, ingredients or event type
    • Added pipette – new tool introduced in Shelter – to base kitchen and C&C
    • Clicking empty mop holder will summon the mop to it, clicking it again will pick the mop up

    Bug fixes:

    [Base]

    • Improved area of maneuver when using spices/liquids on products
    • Fixed bug causing end game view to not display awards earned during contests
    • Fixed products not changing their texture when applying heat
    • Fixed pouring sound not stopping after the jar/bottle is broken

    [C&C]

    • Fixed bug causing dispensers hovers to display improper values when changing its content
    • Hashtags in C&C should be properly displayed across all languages in Special Orders and cake hovers
    • Fixed issues with scrollbar in certain interactions when recipe is pinned
    Jack Johnson
    Jack Johnson
    Jack Johnson mainly writes about game-related news and updates. He is a passionate gamer, music lover, and traveler.
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