"Cuphead" Gets A Nintendo Switch Port, Complete With Xbox Live Support

Cuphead officially coming to Switch on April 18th

Cuphead Is Coming to the Nintendo Switch With Xbox Live Integration

Cuphead is coming back to the spotlight in a major way today.

While Cuphead is a Microsoft published title, there were rumors that the title would make its way to the Switch. As a teenage protagonist, players must journey into the Fallow - an ever-changing, procedurally generated wasteland that holds the secrets of the past and answers for the future.

With the Game Developers Conference going on right now, Nintendo is broadcasting another Direct-style presentation this week, this one focusing on indie games.

We'll have more from the Nindies Showcase later this morning. Playing the game on a console with such a big focus on local co-op really reminds Jared and I of days gaming together as kids.

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We are partnering with StudioMDHR to investigate bringing Xbox Live features beyond Xbox and PC to Nintendo Switch.

Cuphead will be available for the Switch on April 18, and is now available for pre-purchase.

Microsoft is working to bring Xbox Live features to Cuphead on Nintendo Switch. But, according to The Verge, the run-and-gun platformer will be unleashed upon the Nintendo Switch servers, with Xbox Live Support promised in the months following its re-introduction on April 18th. We'd like to thank Studio MDHR and Nintendo for their help in this investigation! Preorders will be available on the Nintendo Switch eShop beginning today.

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