Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course DLC mistakenly listed as available now
DLC could be closer than expected.
What you need to know
- Cuphead is a run-and-gun game developed and published by Studio MDHR.
- In 2018, a DLC pack called The Delicious Last Course was announced.
- A new listing has been spotted on Xbox.com saying the DLC is available now.
- It's possible that a surprise announcement and release of the DLC is coming tomorrow.
Update, July 28 (7:10 a.m. ET): According to the ID@Xbox team, this listing was a mistake and is being fixed.
In 2018, Studio MDHR announced a DLC pack for Cuphead called The Delicious Last Course. According to a new listing that has appeared on Xbox.com, Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course may be released tomorrow. In the image you can see below, the DLC is clearly described as being available now.
As of the time of this article being written, the image appears at the official Xbox listing for Cuphead. Following the link just leads to the standard edition of the game though. A teaser trailer released in 2019 said that the DLC was coming in 2020 and there's been no news of a delay since then.
In addition to this incriminating image, Geoff Keighley, host of the Game Awards, has announced a new update coming tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. ET from "one of our favorite indie studios." We'll be sure to cover the announcement, which seems likely to be the surprise reveal that the DLC is now available. A PS4 version may also be coming, as listings were spotted on PSN before being pulled.
The Delicious Last Course is described as adding an additional island for players to explore with all-new bosses to fight as well as new weapons and charms to acquire. It also adds the ability to play as a third character, Ms. Chalice.
Update, July 28 (7:10 a.m. ET) — Unfortunate phrasing
According to someone from ID@Xbox, this listing was put up by mistake and does not indicate the DLC being made available soon.
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Cuphead is a run and run sidescrolling game focused on unique boss battles in the style of older cartoons, with incredible graphics and sounds that reflect the 1930s.
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