Superhot JP is a Japanese-based off-shoot, developed in Japan

Superhot JP features new weapons and Japan-flavoured environments

In fact, the game's coolness is known as far as Japan, where it's getting a spinoff of sorts in the form of what's now being called "SUPERHOT JP".

The project is being developed by GameTomo. With the innovative time-moves-only-when-you-move FPS gameplay, Superhot JP (not the real title) is a new game set in the Superhot universe.

The environments will range from samurai castles, to hot springs, to bullet trains.

GameTomo posted the following information about the title on its website.

There's no word on price except one that will be "reasonable", but it has been confirmed for both PlayStation 4 and PC.

The developers confirmed that the expansion will feature between 15 to 18 regular levels in addition to 3 to 4 endless ones. There's a few new weapons, including a bow and arrow and, presumably, samurai swords to use as well. And all the game modes from the original Superhot will make a return. The game is also a standalone effort, meaning it won't require ownership of either SUPERHOT or SUPERHOT VR to play. GameTomo also stated that the title is "non-VR for now", seemingly indicating that Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR support could be included down the line.

If you're anxious about how the gameplay will be changed then don't be, according to GameTomo: "The game is close to the original SUPERHOT but there are new weapons, see through shoji screens, and some other surprises".



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