The stylish, time-bending shooter Superhot is about to get a new standalone expansion called Mind Control Delete. 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 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.
Hitpoint system and power-up store to give you that extra oompf needed to crush your enemies and see them driven before you.
Mind Control Delete will be free to existing Superhot owners (and anyone who buys Superhot while MCD is in Early Access) but only when it launches in full.
There's a build coming tomorrow via Early Access to test out with two playable characters for testing purposes.
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What is not included in the current version is any story or hidden mini-games, nor are there any new power-ups and enemies.
"The limitations for this Early Access build are not for the faint of heart".
"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.
From the trailer, Mind Control Delete looks like it's split into levels like the base game, but with more permanent progression. Though Mind Control Delete will be free to current Superhot players eventually, you have to pay to play the Early Access build, though the fee isn't now known.