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SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE Coming July 16


The third game in the SUPERHOT franchise, SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE will come out on July 16, 2020.

Designed to be larger than its predecessors, this title will feature worlds of increasingly explosive slow motion combat. Included are additional mechanics, which will allow players to experiment with different character builds, different play styles, and different ways to dominate and outsmart enemies.

As players progress in this title, they’ll be able to amass hacks, skills, and special techniques to conquer waves of increasingly deadlier and smarter foes. Time moves only when you move, and players will be able to have complete control as they slice, shoot, and explode your way through the enemy onslaught.

Finally, the SUPERHOT Team stated that this title will provide a more refined, sharper, flashier experience than any entry to date, due to it being in development for nearly four years.

Learn more with the trailer below:

SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE | Reveal Trailer | Out July 16th

The game is set to come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac, Linux, and PC (you can find the Steam page here, which shows the Early Access version of the title). It will be released for the Nintendo Switch at a later date.

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