A standalone expansion called Mind Control Delete for SUPERHOT has been revealed, and it will add a rogue-like twist to the slow-motion action game. This is a standalone expansion which expands on the original concept by bringing more new challenges and gameplay mechanics to the time freezing title.
In the biggest departure from the game's first installment, players will get to play as multiple characters with different abilities, while gameplay will now be more akin to the procedural generation of a roguelike.
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Owners of the original SUPERHOT on Steam will receive Mind Control Delete for free when it is complete.
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. While a full release hasn't been dated the game is already in early access on Steam for £9.29. The dev team has said it will be cheaper during this Early Access phase, so there's that.
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"The single most important strength of the original Superhot was the fantastic involvement of tens of thousands of creative alpha and beta testers that helped us shape and balance the game and drove us to pursue zero compromises in design", the studio said on its Steam page.
That's because Superhot: Mind Control Delete, which is the official name of the freebie expansion, will be entering Steam Early Access on PC in a couple of days, so players can try out the additional scenarios that will be introduced with it.
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There's been no word yet on whether or not Mind Control Delete will find its way to consoles in the future, but we're crossing our fingers just in case.