The people behind top-down shooter Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number have committed to an early 2015 launch.


That's for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, developer Dennation Games and publisher Devolver Digital said.

There's an eye-catching three-disc vinyl Collector's Edition that includes the 28 songs from the game, and a phone card containing a download code for the game and the full digital soundtrack download on Steam. It costs $60.

The tri-fold jacket the vinyl comes in features original artwork by Niklas Akerblad, the Swedish artist responsible for the cover art for both Hotline Miami games. The music includes tracks by M|O|O|N, El Huervo and Perturbator, who worked on the first game, and Megadrive, Mitch Murder, and Magic Sword.

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