SUPERHOT Expansion, Mind Control Delete, Hits Steam Early Access Tomorrow
Dec 08 2017 by Michele Stevens
The full version of the game is apparently a full year away, so it'll be a long time before the full package comes together. The game's art style complements its gameplay, with weird orange beings trying to kill you, and a cool computer interface that keeps things looking sharp. But for those of you that own the Steam version, you'll be able to get it a whole lot sooner.
Time puzzling shooter Superhot will get a brand new expansion titled, Superhot: Mind Control Delete, it was revealed today by SUPERHOT team.
The developers are warning that Mind, Control, Delete is still very early in development and that those expecting a polished, full-fledged expansion should simply wait until it is out of Early Access. The game will force you through dozens of increasingly hard time-moves-only-when-you-move gameplay challenges. 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. No details have been released regarding whether this expansion will make its way onto consoles.
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Additionally, SUPERHOT Team will be updating the expansion over the next nine months that introduces two more playable characters, different enemy types, more weapons and abilities, and a new non-linear story within the SUPERHOT universe.
From the trailer, Mind Control Delete looks like it's split into levels like the base game, but with more permanent progression.