The flashy, lo-res violence of Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number just got a new lease on life. The long-awaited level editor companion just dropped its beta status and is ready to go live. Since the second installment was "the brutal conclusion" to the series, a boatload of user-made, downloadable content is likely the closest thing fans will get to an HM3. And that's essentially what users will find now that the game has landed on Steam Workshop.If you haven't yet jumped into Hotline's world, now would be an excellent time to do that. Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is currently on sale for a dirt-cheap $3.74 or $4.99 bundled with the original. For the true aficionado, the full 49-track original soundtrack is also available for a $14.99 download.
'Hotline Miami 2' is ready for your user-built sequelsWith a full-fledged level editor and a deep discount.
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