Service with a smile
Following Yogscast Games recent console release date announcement, Independent Video Game publisher Numskull Games is happy to confirm that the physical Standard & Collector’s Editions of PlateUp! will follow shortly after the digital release, landing in Europe on 3rd November 2023 and North America on 7th November 2023.
Aiming to reflect the fun and frantic nature of the game, the PlateUp! Collector’s Edition will feature four exclusive Mini-Figurines inspired by the iconic playable characters of PlateUp! Also confirmed for all physical editions of the game are additional character cosmetics, including 8 unique hats (Cat Hat, Cowboy Hat and more!) along with 4 unique particle effects.
PlateUp! will also be at WASD x IGN from Thursday 14th September to Saturday 16th September 2023 available to play on the show floor, with the It’s Happening team also available for interview. You can also get a first look at samples of the mini-figurines from the Collector’s Edition!
PlateUp! will be priced at £49.99 / €59.99 / $59.95 SRP (Collector’s Edition) and £34.99 / €39.99 / $39.95 SRP (Standard Edition). PlateUp! is available to pre-order now and is available from a number of retailers worldwide. For more information on pre-orders in Europe please visit the Numskull Games homepage. In North America the game can be pre-ordered from Amazon US, Best Buy, Gamestop and other popular retailers.
With over 1 million copies sold on PC, PlateUp! is a sizzling 1-4 player cooking roguelite management game that tasks players with cooking and serving dishes, designing and decorating their restaurants, and expanding their culinary kingdom.
Manage your restaurant through 15 chaotic days and beyond, cooking dishes and serving customers to earn money, unlock new equipment and expand your establishment. Cook, serve and upgrade your culinary kingdom with new unlocks, abilities and dishes in procedurally-generated locations with permanent progression. Automate your kitchen with high-tech equipment and let the dough roll in. Will you take the path of yeast resistance to make it through a full run or will another restaurant bite the crust?