Published: Thu, March 21, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Cuphead for Nintendo Switch Announced, Release Date Confirmed

Cuphead for Nintendo Switch Announced, Release Date Confirmed

"It's still early days, so we can't promise any dates or details on this, but we'll be tinkering away to see what's possible in the coming months!" Among the highlights is a Switch version of Cuphead, a new game from Double Fine called Rad, and a Zelda-themed successor to Crypt of the NecroDancer called Cadence of Hyrule.

The game will be published on the Switch, but it will still have a connection to Xbox, according to VentureBeat. The annual Nindies Showcase for Spring 2019 airs today, March 20, and it'll provide news and trailers for a number of indie games on the way to Switch in the near future. The two were the first of the big three to incorporate cross-platform play, a long-requested but seemingly impossible feature that nearly seemed like a cruel, Mean Girls joke on Sony.

"We are partnering with StudioMDHR to investigate bringing Xbox Live features beyond Xbox and PC to Nintendo Switch", the company wrote in a post for Xbox Wire on Wednesday.

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"Cuphead" will be one of the first games from Nintendo to included on Xbox Live support.

This comes shortly after Microsoft added Xbox Live support to mobile devices. This "Netflix of games" would allow users to stream Xbox games to phones, not unlike the recently revealed Stadia. Indeed, one aspect of these rumors suggests that a number of Microsoft games will release on Switch, which has obviously been confirmed today.

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