Superhot for Xbox One to be released tommorow
Popular first-person indie action game, Superhot finally got its release date for Xbox One. The game is going to arrive tomorrow, on May 3rd, after being originally released on Windows, Mac, and Linux earlier this year.
“Blurring the lines between cautious strategy and unbridled mayhem, SUPERHOT is the FPS in which time moves only when you move. No regenerating health bars. No conveniently placed ammo drops. It’s just you, outnumbered and outgunned, grabbing the weapons of fallen enemies to shoot, slice, and maneuver through a hurricane of slow-motion bullets.”
Since the game is not available for pre-order, there’s still no info about pricing of the game, but people around internet believe it will cost $24.99, which is same as the Steam version. Also, Microsoft didn’t precise if any additional content or new features will be added to the Xbox One version of the game, like it was the case with Ori and The Black Forest: Definitive Edition, which received some performance enhancements in the Windows 10 version.
Check out the Superhot for Xbox One trailer below:
Superhot to arrive on VR
While everyone is talking about cross-compatibility between Xbox One and Windows 10 in the newer games, developers of Superhot are focusing on something else. Namely, there’s a word on the street that the VR version of the game is in the works. However, release date, and any additional info are still unknown.
It would be interesting to see how an Xbox One and Windows 10 game would preform in the VR environment. So, we hope that Superhot and many other games will get the VR version. Since the VR technology is rapidly developing, we shouldn’t wait for too long to see these games in action.
You can tell us in the comments, what Windows 10 game would you like to play on VR?
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