Superhot Mind Control Delete announced

Alfred Osborne
December 7, 2017

Superhot developer SUPERHOT Team announced a new standalone expansion of Superhot, called Superhot: Mind Control Delete, launching in Steam Early Access on December 7.

The expansion looks to build on the foundations of the original Superhot by adding roguelike elements, such as random challenges and enemies, along with new playable characters.

"The game will force you through dozens of increasingly hard time-moves-only-when-you-move gameplay challenges", said the Superhot team. The expansion is strictly non-VR, so don't worry about having a headset.

Mind Control Delete will continue Superhot's stylish slow-motion, first-person combat where time only advances when the player moves. In our usual no-compromise approach to design, we made that roadmap way more ambitious than originally anticipated and we chose to make the expansion a fully standalone game, allowing us to rewrite and reimagine all of our major gameplay systems.

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In Mind Control Delete, you will face increasingly hard challenges.

The Early Access release will start with two playable MINDS with their own abilities, a selection of new levels, new AI and animation, new enemies, and hitpoint system and power-up store. "Good you can just stop".

Mind Control Delete is expected to take 9-12 months of development time, so expect it sometime next year (or even the next).

Also, like all Early Access games, Mind Control Delete isn't indicative of the final experience, and Superhot Team are quick to remind players of that: "The initial release will be quite awkward and unbalanced". Superhot VR is available on PC (with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive support) and PS VR.

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