The long-awaited DLC for Cuphead has a release date on Nintendo Switch, as The Delicious Last Course DLC for Cuphead will be released on June 30.
Another helping of classic Cuphead action awaits you in Cuphead – The Delicious Last Course! Brothers Cuphead and Mugman are joined by the clever, adventurous Ms. Chalice for a rollicking adventure on a previously undiscovered Inkwell Isle! With the aid of new weapons, magical charms, and Ms. Chalice’s unique abilities, players will take on a new cast of fearsome, larger-than-life bosses to assist the jolly Chef Saltbaker in Cuphead’s final challenging quest.
Cuphead and Mugman are back for more adventure in Cuphead – The Delicious Last Course, alongside brand new playable character Ms. Chalice!
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) December 10, 2021
Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course: Highlights
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Cuphead is a hard-as-nails bullet hell inspired by 1930s animation. The DLC was originally planned for release in 2019 but was delayed to 2020. The long-awaited DLC will bring additional levels, items, and another playable character: Ms. Chalice. The Delicious Last Course is the final episode planned for the game.
The Delicious Last Course brings a new set of levels to Inkwell Isle that will have Cuphead and Mugman facing off against giant bosses, and there’s a new adventure centered around the mystery of the Legendary Chalice.’
Cuphead The Delicious Last Course: Release Date
The long-awaited DLC for Cuphead has a release date on Nintendo Switch, as The Delicious Last Course DLC for Cuphead will be released on June 30. This announcement was made during a trailer in the February 2022 Nintendo Direct, and it will be the same release date across all platforms.
About Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course
Cuphead originally launched in 2017 and has since gone on to become an indie hit. The game is also being turned into an animated series called The Cuphead Show from Netflix and is anticipated to be released in 2022. You’ll also be able to get new weapons and charms that be used in both the new and existing content.
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