'Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number' Now Available On PS4, PS3, PS Vita, And PC: Listen To The Soundtrack Here

By Alex Riviello , Updated Mar 10, 2015 06:50 PM EDT
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It's finally here. Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital have announced the release of Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number.

The original game is one of our favorites, a truly singular and mesmerizing experience. This sequel was originally conceived simply as small DLC episodes for the original game, but they kept expanding and expanding on it until it was too big for its own good and became its own beast. The sequel deals with the direct aftermath of the first game, and show the (violent, violent) events from multiple characters and points of view.

The game is available as a standard edition for PS4, PS3, PS Vita (Cross-buy and cross-play across all those), PC, Mac and Linux. There's also a Digital Special Edition on Steam, Humble and GOG.com that has an exclusive Hotline Miami 2: Remix EP, with six music tracks from the game remixed by M|O|O|N, Scattle, and Carpenter Brut. Those of you who love the Drive-inspired soundtrack (and you certainly will, as you'll find out in a second) can also purchase the full 49-track soundtrack on Steam.

In adition to the surprisingly brutal graphics, Hotline Miami is known for having one of the best soundtracks in gaming. The sequel just might top that. Below are embedded a bunch of tracks release by the developers to celebrate the game's release. Enjoy- this is about to become the new soundtrack to your life... or death.

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