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Remedy Entertainment has revealed the first details of what to expect from the two planned 2024 paid expansion packs for its just-launched, and critically acclaimed, horror-themed game Alan Wake 2
Remedy has announced that Alan Wake 2 will get a new Game+ update sometime after launch. It will add a new Nightmare difficulty level, and an "alternative narrative" with new video scenes and more.
Alan Wake 2 launches on October 27, and the PC version of Remedy's horror game will get support for full ray tracing & DLSS 3.5 on NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs with its upcoming drivers.
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Epic Games and Remedy Entertainment have announced that they are delaying the release of Alan Wake 2 by 10 days to not launch in such close proximity to other AAA games in October.
The Remedy Entertainment-developed action game Control has been revealed as the latest Xbox Free Play Days drop. Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members can try the title over the weekend.
Epic Games and Remedy Entertainment have kicked off pre-orders for Alan Wake 2, but they are using the previous generation's pricing formula. This is apparently thanks to a digital-only launch.
After 13 years, the story of Alan Wake continues. The horror sequel will release this October, and it will introduce a brand-new protagonist that players will take control of alongside Wake.
The voice of Alan Wake himself may have spilled the beans regarding the highly-anticipated sequel's launch window. The survival horror game might be releasing this October on current-gen platforms.
The 2016 Xbox and Windows sci-fi action game from developer Remedy Entertainment and publisher Microsoft is now back on the Xbox and Steam digital storefronts after being taken down a few weeks ago.
Remedy and 505 Games have announced that a full-blown sequel to 2019's Control is now in development. The supernatural action game will target PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5.
Remedy Entertainment, the creator behind the Max Payne series, has announced it is developing remakes of the original two titles from early 2000s. Rockstar is publishing the project.
Epic Games Store has put on offer Control to claim and keep for free on the tenth day of its Winter Sale. It's an action title by Remedy Entertainment set in the same universe as Alan Wake.
Remedy Entertainment is finally bringing back the haunted writer Alan Wake for a brand new adventure. Alan Wake will leave behind the action elements and present a survival horro experience.
Alan Wake Remastered is finally here and it offers high resolution and 60 frames per second performance on consoles like the Xbox Series X. However, how does it hold up after a decade?
Remedy Entertainment will be launching the highly anticipated remaster of Alan Wake on October 5. The studio today revealed what's being improved in it, PC requirements, new features, and more.
Today, screenshots from Alan Wake Remastered appeared on Amazon UK. The visuals have received a substantial upgrade in terms of resolution and lighting. It's unclear if it supports ray-tracing.
Alan Wake has finally woken up again, at least in time for a remaster. The Epic Games-published project is coming out of Remedy Entertainment for all modern platforms in fall this year.
It looks like pre-order links for Alan Wake Remastered have gone live on retailer Rakuten Taiwan's website. The game is believed to be coming in October to Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
The minds behind Alan Wake and Control games, Remedy Entertainment, today announced its next entry in the connected universe of games will be a four-player cooperative multiplayer venture.
The Remedy Entertainment-developed supernatural action game from 2019, Control, is the latest giveaway to roll out of the Epic Games Store. The title is a freebie until next Thursday.
Weeks following its long-teased arrival to the Xbox Game Pass for Console subscription, Remedy Entertainment's Control is finally landing on the PC variant of the service later this week.
The Season Pass for 505 Games and Remedy Entertainment's action-adventure video game Control is on discount at the moment. Customers can avail the slashed price on the Epic Games Store until Sep 3.
An ultimate edition of the massively popular 2019 third-person title Control has been announced by 505 Games and Remedy Entertainment. Control Ultimate Edition will launch on Steam on August 27.
Remedy Entertainment has revealed it is building a shared universe where its games are set, with Alan Wake and Control already confirmed to be a part of it. A new game is also in the works.
Epic Games Publishing has been established by Epic Games with a "developer-first approach." Upcoming games from Remedy Entertainment, Playdead, and GenDesign will be published through this.
A new publishing deal sees Remedy Entertainment getting funding for two new video game projects being developed for PC and consoles. These include a AAA game and a smaller-scale project.
Epic Games Store is observing a horror-themed giveaway this week, with >observer_ and Alan Wake: American Nightmare. Q.U.B.E. 2 and Layers of Fear will be available to claim for free next week.
Alan Wake and For Honor are the two games on offer for free at the Epic Games Store this week. Alan Wake is a story-heavy experience, while For Honor puts its focus on multiplayer.
Remedy Entertainment announced today that the Alan Wake franchise it developed almost a decade earlier for Microsoft platforms has had its publishing rights revert back to the studio.
Remedy's Alan Wake is once again available on digital storefronts on PC, with the action-thriller returning after months in limbo thanks to Microsoft helping out with the expired music licenses.
At Sony's E3 presentation, the makers of Quantum Break and Alan Wake debuted a new game called Control. Players will harness supernatural abilities, use firearms, and will be tasked to solve puzzles.
Max Payne is a cult-classic game that introduced some great gunplay mechanics, such as "bullet time", an intriguing story of revenge, and neo-noir art style, which have all stood the test of time.
Psychological horror game Alan Wake, its associated DLC, and Alan Wake's American Nightmare have been discounted by 90% on digital stores ahead of the original game's removal after the weekend.
Alan Wake will no longer be purchasable after May 15, with Remedy Entertainment announcing that the game's music license has expired. The game's Steam version will be 90% discounted starting May 13.
Fresh off its exclusivity deal with Microsoft, Remedy Entertainment has partnered with the publisher 505 Games for its upcoming game. Codenamed P7, it will arrive for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Xbox has been having great past few days thanks to Scorpio's details coming out. However, a possibly damaging blow was dealt when Remedy announced that its exclusivity deal with Xbox is over.
Quantum Break will be available on Steam from September 14, priced at $39.99. A new 'Timeless Collector's Edition' is also being released for $39.99, with "premium packaging" and various collectibles.
One of the most anticipated titles for Xbox One is almost here. With just over a week until launch, the storage requirements for Quantum Break's TV episodes have been spotted, and they're significant.