Fan Alan Wake not receive updates about next part this summer – but can expect a new TV series and a remake of the original game for the Switch. Remedy Entertainment’s creative director Sam Lake today revealed what’s available for the franchise in celebration of the game’s 12th anniversary. . Predictable switch owners Alan Wake Remastered will be available on Nintendo’s eShop this fall. The original remake is available on PS5, Xbox and PC.
Original 2010 Alan Wake The game – which features a horror novelist trying to solve the mystery of his wife’s disappearance – has become a cult classic in recent years. Remedy and Microsoft Studios then released Alan Wake’s American Nightmare in 2012. Since then, the franchise has been mostly dormant, but that’s about to change.
Lake revealed that AMC purchased the rights to Alan Wake franchise and will adapt it into a television series. “We have teamed up to do a TV show. Mr. Lake said.
Alan Wake 2, which many are expected to preview this summer, is currently in deep development. Unfortunately, Lake has confirmed that the studio will not be releasing any further updates on the game. It has released some from the upcoming sequel. As we have known for a while, the game is expected to in 2023 for PS5 and other platforms.
“Everything [with Alan Wake 2] going really well and a lot of the games are playable,” said Lake. “But we’ve been talking for the past few months and have come to the decision that we’re not going to show anything big this summer,” Lake said.
Alan Wake Fans should check out the full anniversary video, which also includes fun behind-the-scenes details about the original remake and the upcoming sequel. You can see it below:
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