Overcooked is a series that's already very accessible to a lot of people. Even the very first game included the ability to split your controller, allowing you to play with just one hand. Still, there's always more that can be done, and the PlayStation 5 edition of the series looks to be the most inclusive yet.

Overcooked: All You Can Eat is introducing a number of new accessibility options to make it even friendlier. This next-gen remaster, which includes all content from both PS4 games, has an Assist mode as well as several new settings to open the game to those with sight-related issues.

The Assist mode will give players options to increase the duration of a level's timer, make recipe timers longer, increase the score for successful meals, and even turn off order expiration. If you've ever felt frustrated by the game's time and score limits, Assist mode has you covered.

Other accessibility options include colourblind-friendly player indicators, dyslexia-friendly text, and the ability to increase text size across the game. You can see these new accessibility features in action in the above trailer.

Will you be making use of these options in Overcooked: All You Can Eat on PS5? Serve up your thoughts in the comments section below.