Cuphead Still Has A Few Undiscovered Easter Eggs

Cuphead co-creator shared that though players have found almost 90% of Easter Eggs, they still haven't discovered all of them. 

In a little while, after a number of delays, we'll finally see the launch of Cuphead DLC, Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course. The developer promises the expansion will follow in the footsteps of the main game and will feature an array of references.

The main game indeed has myriad Easter Eggs and, as Cuphead co-creator Maja Moldenhauer recently shared, in almost five years of its existence, players still haven't discovered all of them.

Speaking to IGN, Moldenhauer acknowledged players' persistence and their detective skills noting that they've actually found about 90% of all Easter Eggs, however, there are still some left undiscovered. "People are sleuths and they’ve found I’d say 90 percent of them, but there’s a couple that we’ve never heard anybody mention," she said.

Moldenhauer also spoke about the upcoming DLC saying that the expansion will also feature a plethora of references and shared that she believes placing them is one of the most fun things for her while making a game. 

"It’s probably one of the most fun things about creating games. They’re all over the place," Moldenhauer said. "It wouldn’t even necessarily have to be something huge, but maybe just something like a background element. When people find them on their own it’s so fun to watch their expressions."

The expansion's Easter Eggs are said to be very similar to the ones the main game has being comprised of multiple homages like references to Street Fighter, Dragon Quest, and a number of other games.

The Cuphead DLC is coming out on June 30 and will be available for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows.

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