It looks like Studio MDHR’s 2D platformer, Cuphead, might be arriving on PlayStation 4 soon.
A screenshot of a Cuphead icon on international PSN stores has leaked, but the game listing doesn’t load. This seems to be tied to Geoff’s Keighley’s scheduled announcement tomorrow regarding a “special update from one of our favorite indie game studios.”
Keighley even replied to the leak with a picture of a sheep giving a thumbs up, but not before deleting it. However, a screenshot of his reply was already captured.
Additionally, it also looks like those who were responsible for uploading the Cuphead icon realized they did so too early ahead of its announcement; it has pulled the icon down without filling in the empty space.
Cuphead may be coming to PS4, it's appearing on international PSN stores right now but game listing doesn't load yet pic.twitter.com/ME7oRLkSEM
— Wario64 (@Wario64) July 28, 2020
Cuphead is receiving DLC content called The Delicious Last Course. It was announced back in 2018, but so far no definitive release date has been set for it. Perhaps it will be part of Keighley’s announcement tomorrow.
Cuphead was originally released on Xbox One and PC in 2017, and eventually made its way to Nintendo Switch in 2019. Back in 2017, Studio MDHR confirmed with Eurogamer that “Cuphead is a console exclusive for Xbox One. There will be no PS4 version.” The game is also receiving a film adaptation on Netflix called The Cuphead Show!