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Cuphead High-Noon Hoopla

Studio MDHR has gone behind the scenes of Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course by offering a look at the making of “High-Noon Hoopla”. one of the music tracks from the new DLC.

The full soundtrack is comprised of over 110 musicians that performed big band and symphonic music. For today’s video, we’re able to see three those musicians that were brought together to record during Summer 2021.

Back in 2019, Studio MDHR confirmed Cuphead for physical release. At the time though, the developer said it was waiting for The Delicious Last Course to wrap up development so that everything could be included on the cartridge.

We’re obviously well past 2019 at this point and the new DLC is almost here. Thankfully, Studio MDHR’s original plans haven’t changed. Executive producer and studio director Maja Moldenhauer reconfirmed to Nintendo Everything recently that the physical release is still in the cards for Switch, and more information will be shared “in the coming months”.

cuphead super smash bros ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate saw partnerships with a bunch of different games and franchises, including Cuphead. Although the character wasn’t a DLC fighter, he did appear in the form of a Mii Fighter costume. Additionally, a spirit based on the run and gun action title was offered to players. Having any sort of representation is a dream come true for many developers, and Studio MDHR is no different.

While speaking with Nintendo Everything about the upcoming Delicious Last Course DLC for Cuphead, Studio MDHR executive producer and studio director Maja Moldenhauer also talked a bit about the Smash Bros. Ultimate representation. When asked how the partnership with Nintendo came about, Moldenhauer explained:

PowerA is gearing up for The Delicious Last Course DLC in Cuphead with a new Switch controller. While we previously saw a design for Mugman at the end of 2020, this latest one is based on Ms. Chalice.

PowerA notes that the new design “radiates all the animated, eccentric energy of the franchise.” It features bright yellow hues and mint green accents. Also, the front faceplate is polished off with detailed, cartoon artwork from the game starring Ms. Chalice.

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The Cuphead Show season 2

The Cuphead Show is coming back for season 2, Netflix has announced.

Specifics haven’t been shared at this time. That being said, the streaming platform confirmed that the show will return this summer, so fans won’t have to wait terribly long for new episodes.

the cuphead show trailer

The Cuphead Show, which was first announced in 2019, now has a premiere date and a proper trailer.

The upcoming animated series is based on the game that’s been out on Switch for a couple of years now. It follows the unique misadventures of Cuphead and his brother Mugman.

Here’s the first trailer for The Cuphead Show:

Cuphead The Delicious Last Course

It’s been a long wait for The Delicious Last Course DLC for Cuphead, but Studio MDHR finally provided an update during The Game Awards 2021 today. All Switch players can access the new content starting on June 30, 2022.

Cuphead – The Delicious Last Course features Cuphead and Mugman who are now joined by Ms. Chalice – known to fans of the original as the wise Legendary Chalice. They’ll travel through the previously undiscovered Inkwell Isle. They’ll have new weapons, magical charms, and Ms. Chalice’s unique abilities on their side as they take on a new cast of fearsome, larger than life bosses to assist the jolly Chef Saltbaker in Cuphead’s final challenging quest.

Netflix's Cuphead show

As part of its “Geeked Week” event, Netflix debuted a new clip for its upcoming Cuphead show. It was also announced that Wayne Brady will play the role of antagonist King Dice.

Here’s the full video:

Cuphead PowerA controller

PowerA is adding yet another option to its lineup of controllers on Switch. Next week, a new design will be released based on Cuphead.

Here’s the official product description plus a few photos:

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Cuphead - The Delicious Last Course

Cuphead – The Delicious Last Course was last said to be planned for 2020. Now, however, Studio MDHR announced that the new content has been pushed back to 2021. The developer pointed to the coronavirus pandemic as one of the main reasons why the extra time is needed.

This isn’t the first delay for The Delicious Last Course. It was previously planned for 2019, though it was then moved to 2020.

A statement from Studio MDHR’s Chad and Jared Moldenhauer reads:


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