Hotline Miami 2, the sequel to 2012’s bloody indie hit, will finally be seeing the light of day this coming March.
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number will close out the series, according to earlier reports from Dennaton Games when the title was announced. This time out, players will follow different factions as the story unwinds.
A standard version of the blood-soaked shooter will sell for $15 (£11) and those who preordered it via Steam or GOG.com will land themselves a 10 percent discount.
The game will be out this March 10th for PlayStation 4 and 3, Vita, and PC – the last of which will see a special digital edition including a six-track remix EP with music from MOON, Scattle, and Carpenter Brut. Hotline Miami 2 is notably banned from a general release in Australia.