Mind is Software, VR is Challenging
Among the updates are time trial leaderboards that include both game time and real time, allowing the top spot to go to those with both the quickest reflexes and the most efficient strategies. Oculus mentioned a headshot challenge, although I personally have great hopes for a katana challenge like the one available in the standard version of Superhot.
Of particular interest is a 10 minute challenge, a do-or-die (a lot) sprint through all the levels of the game. According to the developers it took their best Superhot player two days to complete it, and given the standard play time of around two hours, it will provide a new extreme challenge to even seasoned Superhot players.
Superhot in both regular and VR mode is a superb game, although this update does not really reveal some of the major features clamoured for by fans, such as native HTC Vive support.
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