Cuphead's long time coming DLC, The Delicious Last Course, has suffered another delay. Due to difficulties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Studio MDHR has pushed back the addon out of 2020.
Some PlayStation Network users around the world have reported that a listing for hand-drawn game Cuphead has appeared on the PS Store. Apparently, the title might be making its way to the PS4.
Cuphead is to become the latest title to be added to Tesla vehicles, as was previously announced. The famed indie game will be arriving next month, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
StudioMDHR announced today that the Cuphead The Delicious Last Course expansion it announced in 2018 has been delayed to next year, with the studio saying it is for meeting its quality standards.
At E3 Coliseum 2019 today, Bethesda's Todd Howard and Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to the stage to converse about, among other things, the upcoming launch of Fallout Shelter on Tesla's cars.
Microsoft and StudioMDHR today announced that Cuphead will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, and it will feature Xbox Live integration with a post-launch update. Cuphead is also getting a free update.
Microsoft today announced a new DLC for Cuphead, titled 'The Delicious Last Course'. It will also include a new playable character, and will be arriving sometime next year for Xbox One and Windows 10.
It appears that Apple let a fake version of the popular throwback platformer to make its way onto the store. The app has nothing to do with Studio MDHR, so hopefully you didn't fall for it.
StudioMDHR announced today that it has sold one million copies of Cuphead. This is quite an achievement for the developer considering that the game was only released two weeks ago.
Cuphead is developed by StudioMDHR, featuring hand-drawn art and music recorded by a live jazz orchestra. It's an unforgiving game and is unapologetic about it, but teaches the player to be better.
Some players have encountered an agonizing bug while playing Cuphead's WIndows Store version, leading to loss of progress as it fails to autosave. StudioMDHR has now provided a workaround.
Cuphead is finally coming to the Xbox and PC. In order to celebrate the event, Xbox and StudioMDHR are hosting a launch party that will take place in Los Angeles. The game launches on September 29.
During a recent discussion on NeoGaf, the developer of the unique platformer Cuphead discussed the possibility of the game landing on PS4, after some reports surfaced that it might do at some point.