Cuphead DLC Delayed To 2020, New Teaser Trailer Released

Embark on a new journey with Cuphead, Mugman, and Ms. Chalice in 2020.

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Now Playing: Cuphead DLC Delayed Till 2020 - GS News Update

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We learned about Cuphead's The Delicious Last Course DLC during E3 2018, with a release scheduled for sometime in 2019. We're halfway through the year and indie developer StudioMDHR has provided another update on Cuphead's forthcoming DLC: it will now arrive sometime in 2020 for Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox One.

The studio released a 30-second teaser trailer showing a "cornucupia" of new features, including playable character Ms. Chalice and her slick double jump, abilities to acquire and enemies to slaughter, and levels and environments ripe for exploration. And it's all still wrapped in that iconic 1903s art style. You can check out the teaser trailer below.

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Toward the end of 2018, StudioMDHR revealed that the acclaimed run-and-gun platformer surpassed 3 million units sold on Xbox One and PC. This was prior to making its Nintendo Switch debut in April 2019 with Xbox Live support, allowing players to unlock achievements while playing on the console-handheld hybrid. Cuphead is scheduled to launch for Tesla vehicles sometime this summer.

In our Cuphead review, we said, "It's an intense action game that pulls no punches. It could benefit from a few tweaks, and two-player co-op doesn't feel like the valuable addition you might imagine, but Cuphead remains a rare, unique game that truly stands out."

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