Dennaton Games gave us a slightly different demo of Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. They decided to showcase all of the features involved within the level builder!
Simply choosing from different sprites and placing them on a grid lets you build your levels. Options include placing the floors, doors, walls, and gang members. A bunch of different cosmetics in order to make your levels unique. Best of all, you are given the option to select your own music and intro too! Mentioned during the broadcast was that a lot of the original musicians which had tracks in this game will be returning with new content.
A cool feature when using the editor is how quick you can test your maps, through its old school ‘VHS’-styled menu system, where you can rewind and it has the good old scan lines.
When asked for a release date, Dennaton Games has been sticking to their Q3 2014 time frame, and will be available for Vita, PS3, PS4, and Steam.