Cuphead for Switch

Cuphead Confirmed for Nintendo Switch; Coming in April

During Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase Spring 2019, while we were watching a video that was teaching us how to pour a milk, it turned out that the video is a new trailer for Cuphead, celebrating its confirmation for Nintendo Switch.

MDHR Studio, the team behind Cuphead, released their platformer game back in 2017 for Xbox One and PC. The game received positive reviews and awarded by different festivals including The Game Awards. Cartoonish graphical style, was one of the main features of the game, along with its brutal difficulty that branded it very well among other platformers and now Switch community are glad to hear Cuphead is coming to their beloved console in less than one month. You can check out its cool announcement trailer below:

The partnership between Microsoft and Nintendo seems to get more serious by release of Cuphead for Switch. On the other hand, if you take a look at Switch’s exclusives, you probably agree with me that Cuphead suits Nintendo Switch very well. Besides, it could hint us to see some of Nintendo exclusives on Xbox too.

On April 18, Switch owners will be able to play Cuphead.

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