Superhot: Mind Control Delete was announced with a fresh new YouTube trailer on July 9, 2020, as well as a FAQ webpage of instructions on how claiming a free copy will work. (The redemption of the offer varies depending on where you bought the game; see Superhot Team'sFAQ for specifics.) If you haven't bought the original Superhot yet, it's now on sale for $9.99 (60% off) on Steam. Does not apply if received through Big Winter Holiday free game giveaway.
The sequel to Superhot will be free for players who own the original Superhot before July 16. For now, the studio is offering a DRM-free copy of Mind Control Delete on PC for anyone who has purchased Superhot on the Switch eShop.
The good news, however, is that until the game launches July 16, you can still buy a copy of the original Superhot and qualify for the free copy of Mind Control Delete.
Even if you have bought the non-VR version of the original you will get the follow up for free. Suitable now, Superhot is 60 per cent off on the Microsoft Keep, Steam, and Xbox. Normally, the game costs $24.99 and it is still up for the full price on PlayStation store and on Nintendo Switch. Those who do not have the previous version of the game will have to purchase it for $25 which is not a feasible deal.
A brief video showing more slow-motion beat-em-up goodness had a very quick scroll of the details about how to get your copy of the expansion, which will drop on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC later in the month.
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