Remedy Entertainment officially announces its psychological horror game Alan Wake is to be removed from digital stores soon due to expiring music licenses.
Remedy Entertainment signs a deal with publisher 505 Games to release a brand new third-person action game IP currently known by its codename Project 7.
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Remedy Entertainment’s head of communications took to Twitter to reveal the development team is working to improve gameplay mechanics for its upcoming titles.
Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft’s Xbox division, states that in order for Alan Wake 2 come to fruition, developer Remedy Entertainment ‘has to want to make’ it.
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 releases both expansion packs for popular horror title Alan Wake for free, with both The Writer and The Signal available for download on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Remedy Entertainment clears the air to say an Alan Wake sequel isn’t in the works, as its trademark application for Alan Wake’s Return isn’t the title of a new game.
Alan Wake fans find a trademark application seemingly filed by series creators Remedy Entertainment, adding further evidence to the idea that a sequel is in the works.
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It’s anybody’s guess if ‘Alan Wake’ fans will ever get that sequel they’ve been waiting for, but an Xbox One version of the original game could be the next best thing.
Creative director and head writer of Remedy Entertainment, Sam Lake, reveals details on the potentially cancelled ‘Alan Wake 2’, as well as releases a prototype video for the game.
The latest Xbox Live survey asks if players are interested in ‘Alan Wake Remastered,’ and hints that the remake could be included with ‘Quantum Break.’
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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.