Post updated July 30th, 2020 at 09:16 am
Cuphead was released back in 2017. Back then, while it was available on PC, it was supposed to be an Xbox One exclusive for consoles. But its developer, Studio MDHR, has announced that the game is now available for the PlayStation 4.
The announcement came via a YouTube short, which just says it’s available now. The video itself is dated 28 July, which means the move to the Sony console has already happened. And while it’s on the US PlayStation Store already, Cuphead has yet to make it to our shores. At least at the time of writing.
To make it up to the Xbox exclusive no longer being exclusive, the devs say that owners of the Xbox copy of Cuphead will be getting a digital art gallery, behind-the-scenes commentary and a soundtrack added to the game. No mention as to when they’ll deliver the freebies either.
At any rate, if you’ve been waiting to experience Cuphead on the PlayStation 4, your wish has come true. Though, if you really wanted the experience, chances are you would’ve done it on PC already. After all, the PC version was available alongside the Xbox One version three years ago.
(Source: Stuido MDHR)