Cuphead Interview: Delicious Last Course, Bosses, And The Future

Summer Game Fest is in full swing and we’re covering the best games the Showcase has to offer, including Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course. Join Game Informer as we chat with Maja Moldenhauer, Studio Director at Studio MDHR, about the exciting DLC, the new bosses players will face, and the developers’ plans for the future.

Alex Stadnik is here to ask fans’ burning questions. The two begin by discussing what the team brought to Summer Game Fest and the ins and outs of the boss fight against Mortimer Freeze. They then discuss what players can expect from the five major battles in The Delicious Last Course and how the stages change the main game experience.

You then switch to Ms. Chalice, the new character who is not a copy of the title’s namesake or mugman. One of the main additions to the DLC streamlines the experience with a new moveset and abilities, but it’s anything but a simple mode. Players will have to sacrifice some of the buffs they were accustomed to in the main game in order to use it since it is activated as a spell.

The two also discuss how Studio MDHR has developed the game through COVID, how the soundtrack is yet another highlight, and whether players can expect new mysteries when they launch the DLC on June 30th. Finally, Stadnik and Maja wrap up the interview and briefly discuss what’s next for the studio.


If you enjoyed this look at Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course, be sure to check out our recent preview impressions, our talk about the DLC on this week’s GI Show, and our new episode of New Gameplay Today featuring the Mortimer boss fight Freeze on! As always, thanks for watching!

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