Art novels are an excellent way for gamers to acquire a look in game design. If there’s one game that lends itself exceptionally well to this concept, it’s Cuphead. The game was a critical and commercial smash, thanks in no small part to its aesthetic, affected by cartoons of the 1930s.
In ancient 2020, Dark Horse Books and programmer StudioMDHR will launch The Art of Cuphead, granting at how the game came to be a tantalizing look to gamers. Fans have a bit of an option, however, because the novel is currently getting a limited edition release, with things to see!
According to StudioMDHR, the limited edition of this publication will come with a set of sheets in addition to a cloth slipcase breaking the case of the start display of Cuphead. The acetate sheets will come with a portfolio for storage. The limited edition of this book will retail for $99.99.
Fans seeking to spend a little less will find plenty to sink their teeth in the regular variation, however of the game. The book promises a plethora of previously unseen concept art and production work from the home game, in addition to the DLC.
Cuphead’s Artwork will contain insights about the game’s development process from Jared Moldenhauer and directors Chad while some art books have a tendency to focus more on the graphics compared to words. The typical edition of The Art of Cuphead will retail for $39.99.
Initially launched in 2017 for both Windows and Xbox One, Cuphead follows the adventures of the titular hero together with brother, Mugman.
When Cuphead and Mugman lose their souls gambling with the devil, the only means is to help the devil collect the souls of other debtors. Ever since that time, Cuphead has offered more than five million copies and won numerous awards, including Best Independent Game at The Game awards 2017.
In 2019, the match was announced for Nintendo Switch and Tesla vehicles. The game has also received a lot of merchandise, including coloring books and Funko Pops and is the topic of an upcoming animated series from Netflix.
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