Hello Games' side-scrolling racing platformers Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie will launch for Windows PC via Steam on June 24, the developer announced today on its official blog.
Managing director Sean Murray wrote that there are "a couple more surprises in the works" for the titles, which will be unveiled next week after launch.
"The reason I scream just a little bit is that we're hard at work adding some extra special new features beyond sharing levels over Steam Workshop, Big Picture support and mouse and keyboard controls, which we've already talked about," wrote Murray.
Hello Games announced last month that the games would be headed to Windows PC. Both titles will include new content, like additional levels and ghost recording, which will allow players to compete with one another in their games.
Joe Danger initially launched for PlayStation Network in June 2010 and for Xbox Live Arcade in Dec. 2011. The title was ported to Android this past January. Joe Danger 2: The Movie launched last fall for both PSN and XBLA.