Netflix has announced that the highly anticipated animated series for Cuphead is now available to watch via their service. Fans get to view the antics Cuphead and his brother Mugman experience throughout their tumultuous lives in a whole new light. The animation is superb and feels directly ripped from the games, making me legitimately eager to give this a watch when I can.
You can view the official tweet initially announcing this show’s arrival below:
Woah! We managed to snag this account back, and ya'll have freed the Cuphead Show! Stream it now on @Netflix!! Mugman and I could not be more proud.#TheCupheadShow #Cuphead #Mugman pic.twitter.com/UObXRRQu9O
— The Cuphead Show (@CupheadShow) February 18, 2022
During the Game Awards 2021, a new trailer for Cuphead The Delicious Last Course was revealed. The title was formerly delayed due to the pandemic, but it has been shown to be releasing on June 30, 2022, for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam and GOG.
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.
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