Hotline Miami DLC ‘as long as the full game’, creator suggests

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 20 November 2012 09:24 GMT

Hotline Miami creator Jonatan Söderström has revealed that his first DLC for the game will probably be sequel-sized, and that a map creator is being considered. Get the details below.

Speaking with Eurogamer, Söderström said, “We don’t want to reveal too much, but it will probably have more playable characters than the first game did, and a couple of different stories and angles. It will probably be about as long as the full game, so probably we’ll charge something for it. It will be like a sequel kind of, but building on the story.”

co-creator Dennis Wedin added, “A lot of people have been asking about a map editor to build their own stages, so we’re looking at if it’s possible to do that. I think it would be really cool to let people do their own stages.”

VG247 recently interviewed Söderström about his inspiration for the game, piracy issues and more. Check it out here:

Hotline Miami interview: have you met the new guy?

Thanks Shacknews.

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