Hotline Miami 2 Dials Up a Release Date and Another Payday 2 Cross-promotion

Do you know what time it is?

Do you know what time it is?

Draw a big circle around the date of March 10th, preferably in blood rather than ink. That’s the official launch date for neon murder spree sequel Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, and you won’t want to miss the call.

Hotline Miami 2 will be available starting at $14.99 across PC, Mac, Linux and PlayStation platforms (PS3, PS4, Vita). Steam is now accepting pre-purchase calls, including a $19.99 digital special edition featuring a Remix EP of six remixed tracks by M|O|O|N, Scattle, and Carpenter Brut, plus two DLC packs for Overkill Software’s co-op heist FPS, Payday 2. This is the second partnership between Dennaton and Overkill, following last year’s Hotline Miami DLC for Payday 2.

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Remix EP

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Remix EP

Payday 2 "Jacket Character Pack"

Payday 2 “Jacket Character Pack”

Payday 2 Mask Pack

Payday 2 Mask Pack (also included with Miami Hotline 2 regular edition)

Look below for a teaser video of the Payday 2 Jacket Character Pack as well as new screenshots from Hotline Miami 2.

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