Read that again. Almost seven years. Remedy are pleased to announce that Alan Wake will finally be launching on PC come February 16th. On Steam, two versions will be available—the standard version for $29.99 will include the full game and both pieces of DLC, but a Limited Collector’s Edition will also be available for $34.99. Details behind the cut on what’s different in the PC release.
Finnish developer Remedy, of Alan Wake and Max Payne fame, announced Alan Wake’s American Nightmare at the Spike VGAs last night. The game is set for release on Xbox Live Arcade in the first quarter of 2012. The downloadable format fits in with the episodic structure of the original Alan Wake game. Also, minor spoilers if you haven’t played the original Alan Wake.
Rumors have been abound since a certain cinematic developer’s resume showed up online stating she was working on Alan Wake 2 (which, has now mysteriously disappeared from said resume, of course.) Fans have been scouring the internet for other information that might indicate the return of the series, with a new source providing what might be a healthy breath of life into the project for us to see.
Remedy, Finnish masterminds behind Max Payne and Alan Wake, have confirmed that they are working on more Alan Wake. However, this new project is NOT Alan Wake 2, nor is it DLC for the original. We’ll have further details when they announce it properly (E3, anyone?), but they have said that a good release guess would be Fall 2011. The best guess I’ve seen on Twitter for this is some [...]
It took them six years and a butt-tonne of delays, but it seems the day has finally come for Alan Wake to go gold. Much rejoicing will be held by all as they enjoy some bacon from a flying pig. “Alan Wake goes gold, Champagne time at Remedy,” said Matias Myllrinne’s twitter feed today. And as the old saying goes: Pics, or it never happened. But that’s not all the [...]