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.
Remedy Entertainment, who created the Xbox exclusives Alan Wake and Quantum Break, says its next game is being developed for both Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
In a pre-announcement announcement video, Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment confirms that the trailer for its new game is “coming soon.”
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.
Microsoft and THQ Nordic officially announce that the Steam and PC retail launch of Quantum Break gets a delay from its initial release date of September 14.
A new game from Remedy Entertainment is on the horizon, as Communications Boss Thomas Puha confirms that the team is working on much more than just CrossFire 2.
Microsoft confirms that Quantum Break will be released on Steam and that the Quantum Break: Timeless Collector’s Edition will be sold for PC at retail.
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.
Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment is already working on its next game, according to the professional profiles of several Remedy developers.
Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment says that it is “working diligently” to fix the game’s various issues, including frame-rate and slowdown.
One week after release, Microsoft confirms that Remedy Entertainment’s Quantum Break is the ‘biggest selling, new Microsoft Studios IP this generation.’
As Quantum Break garners positive feedback, Remedy Entertainment Creative Director Sam Lake talks about adding multiplayer in the studio’s next title.
Quantum Break’s PC version is not doing as well as its Xbox One counterpart, suffering from frame-rate issues as well as taking issue with Nvidia software.
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.
Microsoft plans to give refunds to Quantum Break fans with Xbox One pre-orders who are dissatisfied with waiting for the bonus offer of the PC version to arrive.