The previous rumor of the Hotline Miami Collection coming to Nintendo Switch ended up being true as Nintendo revealed the bundle for the Nintendo eShop earlier today during the Indie World presentation.
Hotline Miami Collection is available on Nintendo Switch today! pic.twitter.com/FAaCgufqLS
— Hotline Miami (@HotlineMiami) August 19, 2019
Amid the current wave of leaks that have plagued tomorrow’s Indie World hosted by Nintendo prior to Gamescom’s Opening Night Live, it seems that more continues to unravel for the presentation than we might have anticipated.
According to Twitter user @New_WaviSabi, Dennaton Games’ Hotline Miami & Hotline Miami 2 are bother expected to shadow drop for the Nintendo Switch following the approaching showcase via the Hotline Miami Collection. The tweet also suggesting the previously leaked Superhot will also shadow drop alongside the two-game bundle.
Vr Plant is saying Ori on September 27th for the Switch and Hotline Miami Collection + Superhot shadow drop, in that new video… Sounds pretty hype!
In other news — there's a lot more me and Papagenos and looking into that isn't related to Nintendo's Indie World.
— Sabi (@New_WabiSabi) August 18, 2019
The top-down shooter follows in the footsteps of a bloody rampage as you fight waves of enemies in different locations scattered around the titular Miami. The first 2012 title took players by storm with its fast-paced violence, neon-painted visuals, and pixelated world in such a detail manner. This lead to a sequel three years later which also was received to the same caliber.
The two title current reside on the PlayStation platform as well as PC and even mobile. So seeing that the game will be coming to the Switch will be the first time for either of the titles to be Nintendo’s platform.
The Twitter user has previously leaked a majority of this year’s E3 presentations: such as Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire Tokyo and Banjo-Kazooie for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to name a few. Regardless, leaks should only be taken with the slightest amount of faith until announced from the developer or publisher.
Nintendo’s Indie World goes live tomorrow at 9 AM EST / 6 AM PST.