Now anticipated to show up in 2021.

Studio MDHR has actually revealed another hold-up for Cuphead’s long-in-the-works Delicious Last Course DLC, this time into 2021, pointing out obstacles “amidst the worldwide pandemic”.

The Delicious Last Course – which sees Cuphead and Mugman signing up with forces with Ms. Chalice on a new island for more classic-cartoon-inspired adventuring – was at first revealed in June 2018, with a forecasted release of the list below year.

However, as July 2019 rolled around, Studio MDHR exposed it had actually decided to press The Delicious Last Course’s launch into 2020 so the DLC would fulfill “the careful level of care and quality we constantly pursue” and to guarantee the designer might continue to “make things in a manner that’s sustainable and healthy for our group”.

Cuphead DLC teaser trailer.

Almost 18 months on, and with 2020 quickly nearing its conclusion, the designer has when again revealed its intent to postpone release.

“In real Studio MDHR style,” the studio composed in a statement posted to Twitter, “we aren’t content for this last chapter to be anything less than our finest work. Throughout advancement, we have actually challenged ourselves to put whatever we gained from making Cuphead into the quality of The Delicious Last Course’s animation, style, and music.”

“Meeting this requirement has actually been incredibly challenging for us amidst the worldwide pandemic that has actually impacted numerous of our fellow designers,” the declaration continued. “Rather than compromise on our vision in action to COVID, we have actually made the tough choice to press back the release of The Delicious Last Course up until we are positive it will thrill the Cuphead neighborhood the method we feel it should.”

“We understand a lot of you have actually been waiting to go back to the Inkwell Isles,” Studio MDHR concluded, “and our objective is to make the journey back there next year a really wonderful one.”