Maja Moldenhauer, the director of Studio MDHR, never worried about delays, only about the well-being of her employees.
Studio MDHR has never worried about the delays and prolonged development times , both for Cuphead and the Delicious Last Course DLC, but only for the well-being of its employees. This was stated by Maja Moldenhauer, the director of the studio, during an interview granted to the microphones of IGN USA, in which she admitted that the repeated postponements have never created problems, since the priority has always been the mental health of the own developers.
The main goal, especially during the COVID pandemic, has always been to keep everyone happy, ”said Moldenhauer.“ These are video games. Take your time. Mental health has been put ahead of all by taking all the time and space that is needed, especially in the last couple of years. We said to ourselves: “if it takes more time, then it will take more time”. Who cares?
We remind you that Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course will be available starting June 30 PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC at a price of 7.99 euros. In this new expansion, Ms. Chalice will accompany Cuphead and Mugman on an unprecedented adventure set on an all new island, Inkwell Island. In addition to the presence of a new character, The Delicious Last Course will be able to count on the presence of new weapons, new upgrades and exciting bosses to face.
- Cuphead Studio Director on Delays And Long Development: ‘Who Cares?’ (youtube.com)