The developers behind upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible first-person shooter SUPERHOT made an unexpected announcement today. The team revealed that the title, which supports the Oculus Rift VR head-mounted display, will be coming to Microsoft’s Xbox One as well. It was announced as part of the company’s Gamescom 2014 press briefing. Following that event, new screenshots of the title have been released, which can be seen below.
A total of six new shots can be seen, showcasing SUPERHOT‘s clean, minimalist art style. The title tasks players with eliminating all enemies in an environment, with time stopping when they stand still. This allows them to avoid incoming fire as they slowly plot a path towards enemies and take them out with weapons that are secured on-site from pistols to katanas. VR support is used to allow players to duck out of the way of bullets.
SUPERHOT completed a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign earlier this year and plans to launch on PC, Mac and Linux in June 2015. The Xbox One version is expected to arrive at the same time. VRFocus will continue to follow the title going forward, reporting back with any more updates on its development.
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