Following the rumours, Remedy Entertainment (Control) announced Alan Wake Remastered, a 100% remastered version of the acclaimed action-adventure classic originally released for Xbox 360 in 2010 and PC in 2012.
The new version, which will be distributed by Epic Games for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC (via the Epic Games Store), will bring the full title experience – including the base game and two expansions. Sign and author. It’s worth noting that this is the first time the game will arrive on the PlayStation platform.
The remaster will have graphics up to 4K on machines capable of processing the resolution. Fans can also expect new comments from creative director Sam Lake. Alan Wake Remastered will be released in the fall of the Northern Hemisphere, that is, by mid-December.
The announcement was made by Sam Lake, who published an open letter sudden stop, an online community created by fans and covering the Alan Wake universe and other Remedy projects since 2012.
The game tells the story of Alan Wake, a successful writer who travels in a cabin with his wife – however, the rest soon turns to despair at her sudden disappearance. As a writer searches for his life partner, he finds pages from a mysterious story that he can’t even remember writing. Not only that, Alan has yet to face the dangers of an evil presence that haunts him.