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'Superhot: Mind Control Delete' expansion will be free to current players

'Superhot: Mind Control Delete' expansion will be free to current players

The game will force you through dozens of increasingly hard time-moves-only-when-you-move gameplay challenges. Although details are scarce and the reveal trailer does little more than whet the appetite, the game's Steam Page does reveal a few things including a 9-12 month release window and an early access beta on December 7, 2018.

Superhot was one of the most innovative first-person shooters we ever played, delivering unique time-bending gameplay and a science-fiction hacker-culture story that kept us on the edge of our seats. The Superhot team has announced an expansion that will be available for owners of the original game late next year. The current build features a new playable character, tons of levels, reworked animations and AI, and an unlockable powerup system.

Players will unlock new abilities and characters as they progress though this will mean tougher enemies and levels to contend with.

"The limitations for this Early Access build are not for the faint of heart".

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"The single most important strength of the original Superhot was the unbelievable 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.

Superhot is now available for purchase on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, though Mind Control Delete will only be up for grabs via Early Access and is planned for a 2018 release.

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.