by Joseph Leray
According to the official "Hotline Miami" Twitter account, Dennaton Games' bloody beat-'em-up will " most likely," "probably" be available on PlayStation 3 and Vita next week. The salient tweets came in response to fans asking for a status update on the Abstraction Games-helmed port, announced back in February.
From that initial announcement, we know that "Hotline Miami" will be downloadable from the PlayStation Network under Sony's Cross Buy program, meaning that a cool $10 will net you access to both the portable and console versions of the game. These details were further reinforced by tweets from the "Hotline Miami" account, though its worth nothing that no official statement -- on Twitter or otherwise -- has come from the Dennaton Games or publisher Devolver Digital.
In other ultraviolence-related news, "Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number" was also formally announced at E3 and slated to bring masked murder to PC, Mac, and Linux later this year.
The original "Hotline" was released last fall on Windows PC -- where it sold well and won critical acclaim -- and has since been ported to Mac.