Cuphead Being Ported To....Tesla Cars

Well if you have a PlayStation 4 then you can’t play Studio MDHR’s hit Cuphead - however if you have an Xbox One, PC, Switch and now…a Tesla car, then you can. Announced by Tesla CEO Elon Musk on their weekly podcast, and posted by IGN - the gang at Tesla has gotten Cuphead working on their cars and will be available on Tesla's Model 3, Model S, and Model X by the end of the year.

“"Cuphead, we've got working," Musk said. "[The developers] have been helping us make it work. It's a cool game. It's insanely difficult. It's sadistically difficult. It's a twisted plot. It's dark. It looks like some cute little Disney thing and you're like, 'This plot is very dark'," he added with a laugh.”

Cuphead came out in 2017 and was a smash hit. DLC titled “The Delicious Last Course” was announced at last year’s E3 and we’re hoping to hear about it more…perhaps at this years E3.

Cuphead Hits Huge Milestone - Announces Sale

Studio MDHR have announced that Cuphead has sold over 3 million units since going on sale last September. To celebrate, the game will be on sale starting tomorrow - make sure to pick it up before the DLC drops.

E3: Cuphead Expansion Announced - Coming Spring 2019 [Updated]

During Microsoft's E3 press conference, Microsoft announced Cuphead DLC along with a new trailer. It will be coming Spring 2019 and I'll update this post with more.

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That (obviously) didn't take long. The new trailer is posted online and we got some details straight from Studio MDHR, including that the game will have new weapons, charms, and bosses. The game will also feature a new playable character Ms Chalice.

Cuphead Wins Big At The Game Awards

As mentioned earlier in the week Cuphead was up for three nominations at The Game Awards, and took home three wins. They won:

  • Best Art Direction
  • Best Independent Game
  • Best Debut Indie Game

It was even recongnized by Canada's Prime Minister:

A big congratulations to all the nominations, and winners. While Warframe was nominated for Best Ongoing Game, last years Game of the Year Overwatch took home the prize for that.

Cuphead Gets Patched

Cuphead got patched the other day to fix some bugs and exploits, and general gameplay balance. Cuphead has been in the news a lot lately, confirming that the characters will return, and being nominated for awards. You can check out the full patch notes below - which sadly gets rid of the duplication/army bug.

  • Fixed various freezes caused by controller disconnection/reconnection
  • Fixed infinite controller rumble bug
  • Fixed various freezes and soft-locks and crashes
  • Improvements to saving and loading
  • No longer possible to create a Mugman army.
  • Fixed rapid-weapon-swap damage glitch
  • Slight charge weapon damage reduction
  • Charge weapon charge is now maintained during parry
  • It is now possible to unequip secondary weapon, Super, and Charm from equipment menu (Press “Y” to unequip)
  • Mr. Chimes no longer gets stuck or goes off-screen
  • King Dice’s Start Over square will now only trigger once per attempt
  • Player 2 now appears in the King Dice board after being revived at the end of a mini-boss level
  • Dice Palace score now properly resets when retrying the level
  • Fixed improper hit boxes on the Devil’s snake attack
  • Fixed Devil’s goat attack so it hits ducking players
  • Elevator on Rugged Ridge no longer locks if Player 1 dies
  • A+ grade now possible on Funfair Fever and Treetop Trouble
  • No longer possible to damage bosses that are off-screen
  • Fixed rare crash when parrying on Carnival Kerfuffle
  • Fixed Roundabout shots not coming back on screen on select stages
  • Baroness Von Bon Bon death results now properly displays progress on phase 3
  • Dr. Kahl’s Robot death results now properly displays progress on phase 1
  • Fixed various minor collision bugs
  • Various art and animation polish
  • Minor sound effect bug fixes and polish
  • Added spooky Mausoleum announcer
  • Touch fuzzy, get a little dizzy

Studio MDHR Says Cuphead "Guaranteed" To Return

Talking to IGN, the gang from Studio MDHR confirmed that it's "guaranteed" that we'll see Cuphead again at some point. Before you get to excited though, it might be a ways off:

"But as far as what are our plans, what are we distinctly doing next, there's been zero time to really breathe or think," Jared added before Chad chimed in to note they "would have had two 30-minute chats about the future."

Given that the game quickly sold a million copies, this isn't a surprise. Maybe the next one will come to PlayStation 4.

Cuphead Devs Face Off With IGN

Cuphead came out last September, and IGN had the gang from Studio MDHR face each other off. Turns out even the developers have a difficult time with the game. Check it out below - Cuphead is out now on PC and Xbox One.

Cuphead Hits Huge Sales Milestone

Studio MDHR have announced that Cuphead, which released late last month, has passed the one million units sold mark. This would be across Xbox One, and PC.

"Hello friends! Cuphead has only been out for two weeks and we never could have dreamed of the reception we’ve received from our amazing fans! Today, we wanted to take a moment to thank each and every one of you for your support and we’re excited to share that Cuphead has gone platinum with over 1 million units sold!

We have worked tirelessly over the past few years to deliver a game that remained true to our vision and we are both humbled and excited that so many people from around the world are playing Cuphead – it truly makes it all worth it."

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Cuphead Out Now For Xbox One and PC

It's finally here. After being announced at Microsoft's E3 conference in 2014, and suffering a few delays - Cuphead is available for the masses on Xbox One and PC. You can check out the launch trailer below, and pick it up on Steam, or on the Xbox store.