Gaming

Cuphead on PS4 announcement leaked, DLC could be out today


Cuphead – soon to be available on all formats (pic: Studio MDHR)

Big news is expected for retro indie shooter Cuphead today, including the fact that DLC The Delicious Last Course may finally be finished.

Once again, a major announcement has been spoiled by someone putting something live too early on a shop front, and in this case it’s indie classic Cuphead on PlayStation 4.

The game was originally released on Xbox One and PC in 2017, before appearing on Nintendo Switch last year (and earning a cameo as a DLC outfit in Super Smash Bros. Brawl).

But now it seems to be coming to PlayStation 4 as well, with a Summer Game Fest announcement at 4pm BST today – that’s already known to be about an indie game – assumed to be when the PlayStation Store listing should’ve gone live.

As if that wasn’t enough the listing for long-delayed DLC, The Delicious Last Course, on the Xbox website has suddenly changed to ‘available now’.

It’s not, at time of writing, but that’s a hell of a coincidence for it to happen at the same time as the PlayStation 4 leak.

The Delicious Last Course has been delayed multiple times (just as happened with the parent game) and the last official word was merely that it’d be out sometime this year.

Once it’s out though it’s unlikely to be the last we’ll hear of Cuphead, as not only has it been an enormous success but it recently announced a new tie-in Netflix animated show as well.

Email gamecentral@metro.co.uk, leave a comment below, and follow us on Twitter.

MORE: Cuphead, Assassin’s Creed, and Rabbids coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

MORE: Cuphead copycat Enchanted Portals may be the most blatant video game clone ever

MORE: Cuphead is getting its own Netflix animated show

Follow Metro Gaming on Twitter and email us at gamecentral@metro.co.uk

For more stories like this, check our Gaming page.





READ SOURCE

READ  Look closely and you'll spot Mortal Kombat 11's The Kollector has a creepy third pair of arms

Leave a Reply