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Cuisine Royale Tips – How to Survive

by Josh Hawkins

Cuisine Royale is unlike any other battle royale game out there right now. Unlike Fortnite or PUBG, or any of the other battle royale experiences out there, Cuisine Royale sees players dressing up in cookware. How to survive in Cuisine Royale is more than just wearing pots, pans and even waffle irons, making your way through a world war era battleground to be the last man standing. If you want to survive in Cuisine Royale until the end, then here’s what you’ll need to know.

Armor Up

Unlike other battle royale games, Cuisine Royale has players dressing up in various pieces of cookware was they make their way around the game world, trying to stay alive. This leads to some interesting encounters and you can expect to see some whacky outfits on those that you come across. Now, if you want to survive your encounters with these people and be one of the last people standing in battle, then you’ll want to get used to how armor works early on.

Now, while some pieces might provide you with a lot of armor, they can also prove to be rather noisy—often having spoons and other utensils hanging off of them. Every item makes noise and having a lot of noisy stuff on you means that your enemies will always be able to hear you and tell where you’re coming from. Instead, you should learn which pieces are needed and which you can suffice without, especially if you want to sneak around.

Check Corners and Rooftops

Some of the most useful places to hide and wait for enemies in Cuisine Royale are rooftops and corners of buildings. Not only do these areas provide excellent lines of sight for you to keep an eye out for enemies, but they also hide you very well, while also giving you a good field of view. Because of this, you should make use of them when you can. However, you should also make sure that you’re keeping an eye out for them as well, so that you don’t end up getting shot by an enemy hiding on a rooftop or behind a corner.

Ride the Circle

Like any other battle royale game, the circle is always growing smaller, bringing players closer and closer together until only a few remain. Cuisine Royale only has 30 players in the game, but combat is still intense as the circle moves in and becomes smaller and smaller. Make sure to ride the edge as much as possible, to give you a good vantage point to see any enemies ahead of you. Not only can this allow you to get a good vantage hold above them, but it will allow you to know exactly what you are running into as you move deeper into the game.

Becoming the lone survivor in Cuisine Royale takes time, patience, and strategy. Make use of the tips we’ve listed above and you’ll be well on your way to getting the hang of this whacky and unique battle royale experience. You can also find out how to change your key binds as well as see whether or not your rig meets the Cuisine Royale system requirements.


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