On the last E3 we could see that Remedy is currently busy with Control, a Quantum Break-like title that made quite an impression with his first images. One of the developers’ most popular titles, however, is the horror game Alan Wake, a game that has still not been fully followed up against all odds.
End of story, do you think? After all, it is more than eight years since Alan Wake saw the light of day. Not, if it is up to Remedy. In a recent interview, Mikael Kasurinen stated that Remedy does indeed have the rights to the IP and that all employees unanimously want to go back into the universe of the tormented writer.
“So we own the Alan Wake IP, yes . I just want to say that it is very dear and close to our hearts. We all love Alan Wake at Remedy and I think it’s all because of a new Alan Wake game. ”
” I just want to say that out loud. Unfortunately, I can not speak to it any more than that. We’ll see what happens with Alan Wake next but we all want to see it happen, absolutely. “
Alan Wake 2 is certainly not excluded, although it will undoubtedly take some time for the developer to continue with this hypothetical sequel can keep busy. And for the attentive readers among you: we know that Alan Wake only appeared on Xbox consoles and PC. However, since Remedy holds the helm of the franchise, a multiplatform follow-up is not excluded.