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This is what the Cuphead achievements look like

cuphead achievement list

Before Cuphead sparked one of the dumbest debates in gaming history (and that’s saying something), it was turning heads with its incredible art and animation. And it’s still doing the latter bit. The game’s due out next week, and once again the folks at TrueAchievements have gotten a sneak peek at what to expect from the game’s list of unlockable accomplishments.

If the gameplay matches the quality of the visuals, we’ll have an immediate addition to our list of the best indie games on PC.

It seems you’ll be spending a lot of time on Inkwell Isle, since there achievements tied to completing versions of it labeled I, II, III, and Hell, which is all manner of scary. There are achievements for clearing each of those with A-Ranks, but curiously you only need to get a single S-Rank to complete the list. I suppose that means some very harsh requirements.

There are a handful of secret achievements, but otherwise it looks to be the array of completion, collectable, and particular challenge goals you’d expect. Check out the full list here.

Cuphead will only have ‘real’ achievements on Xbox One and the Windows 10 store, but you’ll also be able to pick up the game on Steam when it launches on September 29. Those achievements aren’t as fun, sure, but that’s probably where you’re playing games anyway.