Dennaton Games has really had their hands full since the sequel to their game Hotline Miami was announced. The game sold phenomenally at release, and now Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number has been announced. The game is set several years after the original, and Dennaton has said that the game is going to close out the universe. He also said this will be reflected in the game.
"This is the end," series creator Dennis Wedin told Polygon. "This is the grand finale for Hotline Miami. Everything will end with this game. We also tried to give that tone to the game as well. This is the theme for the whole game. It has that sadness. All good things end."
The gameplay is supposed to be relatively similar, but Wedin has said that they're trying to tell the story in a different way. The game is about two groups. One group is attempting to make a movie about the events of Hotline Miami, which goes as deep as the levels being called 'new scenes'. The other group is made up of copycats who missed out on the vigilante movement but are trying to revive it by grabbing the media's attention.
As for the game being ported to PSN, a Twitter conversation suggests that it may be released as early as next week. There's no information on pricing yet, but cross-platform play means you can enjoy the game on your PlayStation 3 and Vita with a single purchase.
Hit the jump to watch the teaser trailer for Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number.