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Hotline Miami Collection

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During yesterday’s Indie World Showcase, Hotline Miami Collection was announced and released for Switch. It’s currently available just as an eShop download, but that will be changing in the future.

Special Reserve Games has revealed that it will offer a physical copy of Hotline Miami Collection. The company hasn’t shared further information including any sort of release date, but we’ll keep an eye on things and will report back when we hear more.

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GameXplain has shared some footage from Hotline Miami Collection, which was announced and released for Switch earlier today. View the gameplay below.

The acclaimed action games Hotline Miami and Hotline Miami 2 are coming to Switch in the form of Hotline Miami Collection, publisher Devolver Digital and developer Dennaton Games have announced. The news was shared during today’s Indie World Showcase presentation.

Here’s an overview of Hotline Miami Collection, along with a trailer: