We’re a few weeks past Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still go back to the table for seconds — or, in the case of Cuisine Royale, a second edition. There’s less of an emphasis on food in Gaijin Entertainment and Darkflow Software’s free-to-play battle royale and more on F.O.A.D., which stands for “Fulfillment Of All Desire,” the new name of the last-man-standing competition.

CRSED: F.O.A.D. is the game’s full new title, with the first part standing for “Cuisine Royale Second Edition.” It’s got more of an emphasis on characters and special powers, including two new ones: the zombie-raising Bokor and firefly-summoning Huli. Other new content includes a new Siberian map, weapons (including flamethrowers and mortars), new events, and lots more.

New mechanics present in the update include the ability to shoot out of moving vehicles — and speaking of vehicles, there’s now an amphibious car. Melee and healing have seen significant changes as well. We’re still not fully on board with the new name, but the second edition certainly seems to be plenty meaty in terms of gameplay.

Learn more about the new season and all the changes with CRSED: F.O.A.D. on the game’s website.

1 COMMENTS

  1. I jumped in, it was like a dreamers version of DayZ, So, why iz i doing dis man!
    The battle royale was the uninstaller that did it to me.

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