Cuphead The Delicious Last Course Announces Substantial Patch for All Platforms

Studio MDHR has announced the contents of a new patch for Cuphead The Delicious Last Course, now available on all platforms. The results are noticeably extensive, with each fix listed below:

  • Revised DLC completion % calculations to better reflect completed progress in the DLC.
  • Fixed bug which caused DLC’s final boss to get locked into certain animations, preventing proper phase progression.
  • Fixed bug which caused the Esther Winchester boss to get locked into certain animations, preventing proper phase progression.
  • Fixed rare bug which caused the Sally Stageplay boss to get locked into certain animations, preventing proper phase progression.
  • Fixed bug preventing boss title cards from rendering when using EU Spanish language.
  • Adjusted “Hearty” achievement to unlock more consistently.
  • Fixed rare bug preventing NPC from giving players coins.
  • Removed unintended Soul Contract from displaying after defeating the King Dice boss.
  • Adjusted scoring conditions for “HP” score on result screen to allow for more consistent and clear scoring. Player HP score is now solely calculated based on remaining HP upon completing a fight.
  • Fixed rare bug which resulted in players losing controller functionality while in Porkrind’s Shop.
  • Fixed bug causing Super Art II for Ms. Chalice and Cuphead/Mugman to function improperly after the DLC’s final boss phase 1-2 transition.
  • Fixed other erroneous player states after DLC final boss phase 1-2 transition.
  • Fixed bug causing Ms. Chalice to remain active in levels despite removing the Astral Cookie charm in post-death equip menu.
  • Fixed bug allowing player to equip and use other charms while still playing as Ms. Chalice.
  • Fixed bug causing Ms. Chalice’s jumping parry collision to not function when near ground collision surfaces in some instances.
  • Fixed minor animation issue with Ms. Chalice during the phase 1-2 transition of The Devil boss.
  • Fixed bug in King of Games Queen boss fight allowing cannonball to spawn after player dies.
  • Fixed bug preventing Glumstone the Giant’s phase 1 ground spike gnomes from activating for Player 2.
  • Fixed bug preventing parrying pink moonshine barrel enemies in the Moonshine Mob boss from counting towards “Parry” category for scoring.
  • Fixed bug allowing players to push Wally Warbles boss completely off screen during Phase 3.
  • Fixed rare bug preventing proper progression through DLC’s introductory cutscene.
  • Fixed rare issues with character collision on Inkwell Isle IV map.
  • Fixed rare issues with character collision on returning to map from certain boss fights.
  • Fixed rare bug preventing HP from properly carrying over between King Dice encounters.
  • Fixed bug causing objects parried after defeating a boss to sometimes contribute to the “Parry” category for scoring.
  • Fixed rare bug causing visual errors on post-death equip menu.
  • Fixed visual layout of control mapping screen for non-16:9 aspect ratios.
  • Fixed various typos and misspellings in DLC game credits.
  • Various audio & SFX tweaks, fixes, and additions.
  • Various minor animation fixes and tweaks

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If you missed it, check out our review of the DLC’s PC version, which we gave a perfect score due to its terrific soundtrack, excellent animation, and masterful boss design.

Cuphead allows players to take control of either Cuphead or Mugman as they enter Devil’s Casino, where they lose a bet with the Devil. In order for them to not lose their souls, the duo must collect the debts for the devil in the form of collecting souls for him. However, that’s easier said than done, considering the towering bosses are indebted to the Devil.

If you missed it, check out our review of the base game’s PlayStation 4 release.

Cuphead The Delicious Last Course is now available for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam and GOG.


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