Hotline Miami 2 level editor leaves beta


The Hotline Miami series has been a love letter to late ’80s Miami and the works of Nicolas Winding Refn, in particular Drive. It’s high-octane violence combined with a soundtrack provided by the big names of the Retrowave music scene have delighted gamers since its release. Now, the game’s developer, Dennaton, has officially released Hotline Miami 2‘s level editor, giving gamers a much more stable editor to make their own levels to continue the carnage until they’re so soaked in blood, they’ll need a Hepatitis C shot. In the Steam news post, Dennaton stated:

“Thank you so much for your patience and help over the extended development of the level editor. Without your passion, help, and feed back this would not have been possible. Now please go make Hotline Miami 3!”

It’s an inside joke for those who have beaten the game, as it has been made quite clear that Dennaton has closed the series, nailed it shut, and shoved it off a short pier… which then all exploded.

Source: Hotline Miami 2’s Steam Page

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