Today during the Indie World Direct hosted by Nintendo, Superhot has been revealed and released the game on the Nintendo eShop: the game is available now for $24.99 for Nintendo Switch.
Super secret surprise (kinda)!
SUPERHOT lands on Nintendo Switch.
Grab your Joy-Cons.
Enjoy killing Red Dudes.https://t.co/41Wh0K17Y8 …#SUPERHOT #IndieWorld #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/cPvAkctVqZ
— SUPERHOT (@SUPERHOTTHEGAME) August 19, 2019
Since the game’s release back in 2016, BlueBrick’s Superhot twisted the indie market with its slow-mo, first-person shooter adventure with its concrete-painted environments, army of red guys, and variation in action gameplay. The title following its original debut on PC then migrated to Xbox later the same year, a PlayStation port in 2017, and VR port for Oculus in earlier this year.
And support for the game continues to roll out according to a recent discovery. Reported from a dataminer who combed over Nintendo’s servers have found that a update has went through for the 2016 title. And you are probably thinking the same as most questioning when the game released, but currently there is no version that is available for the Nintendo Switch.
SUPERHOT for Switch just got an update… but they haven't even announced its release yet pic.twitter.com/tk1ZLeGZQv
— SimonTime (@itssimontime) August 16, 2019
Looking at the timing of the update’s appearance for the hybrid handheld console, this could be pointing towards the game’s official release for the approaching Indie World presentation that will be going live tomorrow ahead of the Gamescom Opening Live presentation in Cologne.
Nintendo’s Indie World showcase will be going live tomorrow at 9 AM EST / 6 AM PST.
Superhot is currently available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Oculus.