‘Hotline Miami’ May Come to PlayStation 3 and Vita Next Week

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.

[@HotlineMiami via CVG]

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