During the recent Inside Xbox briefing, which Microsoft held online due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, Hotline Miami Collection and Atomic Crops were revealed as the latest indie titles coming to the current-gen console.
Hotline Miami Collection's content is pretty self-explanatory, giving players the chance to play the critically acclaimed original title as well as its 2015's sequel. On the other hand, players who want to enjoy a roguelike farming simulator, as its developer Bird Bath Games describes it, will get the opportunity to try out Atomicrops.
The original Hotline Miami alongside its sequel are known for its fast-paced, gory, and action-packed gameplay. This is accompanied by developer Dennation Games unique and entertaining soundtrack, which was praised by most critics for adding a whole new dynamic to the title. As for those unfamiliar with Atomicrops, you are in charge of a small farm in a post-apocalyptic world where you have to grow crops, fight hordes of chemically altered creatures, loot defeated enemies, and even have romantic connections with characters present in the game's world.
Both titles' release dates were revealed, with Hotline Miami Collection already available for purchase for those interested through the Microsoft Store, while Atomicrops will debut on Microsoft's Xbox One console later on May 28th.
In the meantime, if you are more excited for Atomicrops more than other titles, make sure to check out the new Xbox One reveal trailer, showcasing the game's chaotic nature, guns blazing everywhere, and crazy plants trying their best to eat you up.
What do you think of Microsoft's latest indie additions to its [email protected] Games program? Which one of Atomicrops and Hotline Miami Collection will you pick up to play first? Let us know your thoughts and how you felt towards the new announcements and reveals during today's Microsoft's Inside Xbox briefing.