Remedy Entertainment announces that it will start focusing on multiplayer and cooperative gameplay experiences that will retain its focus on storytelling.
In a blog post on its official site, Remedy Entertainment confirms that the studio is currently working on two new projects and neither of them are related in any way to Alan Wake.
Remedy Entertainment’s creative director Sam Lake reveals that the development team’s work on Quantum Break will ensure that Alan Wake 2 is much better.
Although Remedy Entertainment recently announced a new IP, ‘Quantum Break,’ for the Xbox One, they haven’t forgot about Alan Wake, who Sam Lake says will return when the time is right.
Remedy Entertainment is teasing ‘big’ things in 2013. Could we see ‘Alan Wake 2’ launch on Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox?
PC fans have been waiting years for ‘Alan Wake’ to release on the platform. Now Remedy Entertainment has locked in a date and revealed pricing options for the cult classic’s much anticipated arrival.
Now that the proverbial cat is out of the bag, Remedy has begun talking about ‘Alan Wake’s American Nightmare’, sharing news about the game’s story and new horde mode.
While it’s not ‘Alan Wake 2,’ it’s more fun in the dark. Say hello to ‘Alan Wake: American Nightmare’ with this premiere trailer from the Spike Video Game Awards.
A USK rating from a German classification board is suggesting that Remedy Entertainment’s ‘Alan Wake’ follow-up will be titled ‘Alan Wake’s American Nightmare’.
Geoff ‘Hype Train’ Keighley riled up developer Remedy after stating on Major Nelsonâ€™s podcast that the XBLA ‘Alan Wake’ was ‘effectively’ Alan Wake 2.
Remedy Entertainment offers a first glimpse of the upcoming, downloadable ‘Alan Wake’ sequel — and when we say ‘glimpse,’ we really mean it.
As promised, the first official screenshot for the ‘Alan Wake’ follow-up has been revealed, and it shows our titular protagonist has a new look.
Developer Remedy Entertainment claims that despite being a downloadable title, their ‘Alan Wake’ follow-up will be structured like a full game.
Novelist ‘Alan Wake’ is making his return in a new XBLA title that will not be a direct sequel to 2010’s cult hit, but will be its own experience.
Microsoft may already have Lionhead Studios and Rare working on next-gen games, while THQ preps Saints Row 4 and Remedy polishes off the sequel to ‘Alan Wake,’ all for the Xbox 720.
New job listings at Remedy point to the release of a AAA console title. After the critical success of the original ‘Alan Wake’ could Remedy be working on a sequel? Keep reading as we dissect the possibilities.
New rumors are circling on the upcoming sequel ‘Alan Wake: Night Springs,’ apparently foregoing a retail release in favor of Xbox Live Arcade. Read on for the details.