Last month Oculus teased several details about an incoming update for popular first-person shooter SUPERHOT VR. Having only launched a month prior alongside the arrival of Oculus Touch, the videogame is set to see more content and game modes arrives, with a released date now confirmed for March.
Renowned for being somewhat short, the developers will now be addressing this issue to a degree by adding more replayability with challenges and achievements. The first mode revealed in January was the 10-minute challenge, which as the name states requires players to complete the title in 10 minutes – hence being short.
The title will also feature an Endless Mode, requiring players to survive as long as possible; Headshots only, make sure enemies are hit right between the eyes (if they had any); Time Trial, racing against best scores in both in-game time (slowed down) and real-time; Don’t Shoot, for those that love melee combat; Hardcore Mode, where enemies are faster and players reaction time is reduced; and Don’t Die, with death taking players back to the start of the entire game.
Today also saw SUPERHOT VR honoured at the 2017 D.I.C.E. Awards, taking the top prize in the Immersive Reality Game of the Year category, beating off competition from Eagle Flight, I Expect You To Die, Job Simulator and The Lab.
The SUPERHOT VR Forever update will officially launch 7th March for Oculus Rift with Touch controller support. For further updates to the title, keep reading VRFocus.