It's now in development for PlayStation 4 and PC as a standalone title.
The project is being developed by GameTomo.
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Japanese studio GameTomo is developing Superhot JP, an "alternate story campaign" with new Japan-based level aesthetics. GameTomo confirmed that the moniker is just a temporary title and that they are "kicking around names right now". Japanese locale will range "from hot springs to samurai castles, from seedy Tokyo alleyways to karaoke bars and bullet trains". However, what we do know is that Superhot JP will be coming exclusively to Japan on PS4 and PC at some indeterminant point in the future as a reasonably priced, standalone release; with overseas versions a distinct possibility further down the line.
The developers confirmed that the expansion will feature between 15 to 18 regular levels in addition to 3 to 4 endless ones. Until then, be sure to check out the original game at your favorite retailer. The game is also a standalone effort, meaning it won't require ownership of either SUPERHOT or SUPERHOT VR to play.
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It's also not a VR game for the moment, explained GameTomo.
Superhot was a surprise hit when it released a few years ago. Luckily, that changed today because developer GameTomo announced it's working on Superhot JP.
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