Upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible first-person shooter (FPS) SUPERHOT has reached its first Kickstarter stretch goal. The campaign recently passed the $120,000 USD mark, meaning the developers behind the experience will now hire an additional 3D animator to help improve the title’s animations and improve its visuals in motion. The original $100,000 goal for the title was passed in its first day of funding.
SUPERHOT is a puzzle-based FPS in which time moves only when players do. The objective is to dodge incoming gunfire and eliminate enemies by securing a weapon. The Kickstarter campaign will expand the original prototype from 2013 into a full experience with more weapons, enemy types, levels and modes. It is set to arrive on PC, Mac and Linux with full support for the Oculus Rift VR headset, allowing players to dodge bullets in front on them.
The campaign’s next goal sits at $150,000 for a speedrun mode. At the time of writing it is well on its way to securing that goal with $134,194 now raised. VRFocus will continue to follow SUPERHOT‘s progress and report back with all the latest updates.