We were all hoping against hope that the cult monologue-based action game Alan Wake would ever have a sequel, but now not only has one been revealed, but the game’s developer, Remedy Entertainment, has stated the game has reached a point where it is “playable from start to finish.”
Tero Virtala, the CEO of Remedy, said as much in the business’s most recent financial performance report. In his letter to investors, he stated, “Alan Wake 2 is in full production.”
“The game will soon have all content in place, and it is playable from start to finish.”
Given that the studio has previously promised a 2023 release date for its long-awaited sequel, this shouldn’t surprise. However,
“he added, “we expect the sales to increase as the release of Alan Wake 2 becomes imminent and fans and new players want to experience the original story on new generation consoles.”
Virtala claimed that Alan Wake Remastered, Remedy’s 2021 upgrade of the 2010 action-horror original, had yet to produce royalties. But as Alan Wake 2’s release approaches and more people want to play the first game on current generation systems, he continued, “we expect the sales to rise.”
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Aside from Alan Wake, Remedy is working on many other publicized projects. While Codename Condor is a multiplayer Control offshoot, Codename Vanguard is a free-to-play, cooperative PVE shooter.
It is also creating Control 2, and according to Virtala, all three games are still in the “proof-of-concept stage.” Max Payne 1 and 2 remasters from Remedy are reportedly in the idea stage.
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