Finally, after many years of waiting, The Delicious Last Course DLC of Cuphead was released, and like the original, it was well-received by fans and media. The art style of the game is excellent, and the bosses of the game are more challenging as well. If you wonder how many bosses are in Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course, you’ve come to the right place.
How Many Bosses Are in Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course
From the moment Cuphead was released, many players were drawn to its stylish and cartoon-ish graphics. What they didn’t expect was the difficulty of the game, which made players compare the game to Soulsborne games and even called it the side-scroll Dark Souls. But that didn’t stop fans from loving the game and praising its studio.
After almost five years, the first DLC of the game was released recently by the name of The Delicious Last Course. The reason it took many years to make was not only the hardship of drawing every move of the character but also that StudioMDHR didn’t want to put pressure on its employees.
The DLC comes with its new playable character, Ms. Chalice, with unique abilities and movements. But it wouldn’t be a Cuphead DLC without some new and more challenging bosses. There are 12 bosses in Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course.
All of them are not full-length boss fights, though. Six of these bosses are traditional Cuphead boss fights with different phases. Five of them are mini, parry-only fights and a secret fight that is something in between. Here is the complete list of Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course bosses:
- Moonshine Mob (Bootlegger Boogie)
- Glumstone the Giant (Gnome Way Out)
- Mortimer Freeze (Snow Cult Scuffle)
- Esther Winchester (High-Noon Hoopla)
- The Howling Aces (Doggone Dogfight)
- Chef Saltbaker (A Dish to Die For)
King’s Leap Bosses
- Chess Pawns
- Chess Knight
- Chess Bishop
- Chess Rock
- Chess Queen
Secret Boss Fight
- Angel and Demon (One Hell of a Dream)