Callum Underwood, founder and consultant at Robot Teddy, recently tweeted that SUPERHOT VR has grossed over two million dollars over seven days. Underwood does note that the PSVR numbers are an estimate until they get the hard data next year, but that their IndieBI analysts are confident in the numbers.
Ever since its release in 2016, SUPERHOT has been a solid success and as the game has been released on more and more platforms that success has continued. Most recently has been SUPERHOT releasing on August 19 of this year. SUPERHOT's continued success has brought further developments on more content. Mind Control Delete a roguelike standalone expansion for the game that will use procedural generation with its level generation. Mind Control Delete will also come with new enemy types, weapons, and abilities. As of right now, the expansion is in Early Access on Steam with no official release date so far. The expansion will be sold as its own game, but if you already own SUPERHOT or buy it while Mind Control Delete is still in Early Access you will get the expansion for no additional cost when it fully releases.
Another game in the SUPERHOT universe is also in development by GameTomo while being supported by SUPERHOT Team. The game, called SUPERHOT JP for now, will feature unique Japanese theming that will include samurai castles, hot springs, bullet trains, as well as unique weapons and enemies. So far there is no announced release date for SUPERHOT JP, but it will initially release for PlayStation 4 and PC in Japan with other regions most likely coming after. If you still have not checked out the series you can pick the game up on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Oculus Quest.
Are you excited for more SUPERHOT content coming down the pipe? What new directions or features would you want to see in a new entry in the series?