Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number announced

Hotline Miami

By on June 20, 2013 at 2:13 pm

A sequel to Hotline Miami has been announced by Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital. Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is due out later this year and will be the last in the series.

The game will reportedly follow “an escalating level of violence through multiple factions born from the events of the original game — all within the confines of blistering combat, the unmistakable visual style, and another powerful and intense soundtrack that pushes you to the limit and forces you to question your own thirst for blood.”

“Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number commands you to step into the murderous minds of several distinct characters – each with their own motivations and methods of execution – as storylines intersect and reality slips away into a haze of neon and carnage. Witness hundreds of new sprites and animations in lush new areas to clear floor-by-floor, and harness a variety of savage new weapons to satisfy your murder lust.”

So it’s about killing, then. Good. Here’s a trailer!

5 comments (Leave your own)

Very much do want.

 

Can’t wait!

 

UMG! want so bad.

 

I LOVED the first one. Definitely one of my all time fav games. This will be a day one purchase for sure. Oh and I seriously want to see the soundtrack listing!

 

The problem I see is it looks exactly the same as the first one; and from the description it sounds more like an expansion than a new game…

 
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