Alan Wake Summary
Whenever a journalist is about to extract a key answer from a game developer, a public relations specialist usually isn't far away, ready to interject and ruin the moment; and even Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox, isn't immune to their rule.
Oh, Remedy, you’re such a terrible tease. Not only do your games take a half-decade to come out, they’re already filled with hints of what’s coming next.
Will Alan Wake soon make a return? It's looking more likely, as Remedy Entertainment recentlya trademark for "Alan Wake's Return" on the 23rd February.
While Remedy are currently working on Quantum Break – a third-person action shooter for the PC and Xbox One – it could be that next in line is an Alan Wake sequel, which we would assume is in the early development stages now for PC and Xbox One if Microsoft have green-lit it.
had originally planned a sequel to its cult horror game Alan Wake, but despite pitching the idea to various publishers, the project sadly never amounted to anything.
If you're a fan of the original though, you might be interested to see what the team had in mind.has been talking to various developers at the Finnish studio, and trying to work out why the ball never got rolling on a second game.
The head of franchise development over at Remedy Entertainment says that Alan Wake, their spooky writer series, has cleared the 2 million sold milestone which includes PC sales.
It's become something "really positive" after a slow start. Fans of Alan Wake "feel the urge to tell their friends" about it. Passed over "sipping cocktails" to get on with Alan Wake.