Quantum Break released less than a year ago, but even with the Steam release happening just a few short months ago, Remedy Entertainment already seem set on revealing one of the two projects they've admitted to having in the pipeline.
Though the big reveal hasn't happened just yet, Sam Lake - the obvious facial choice when it comes to Max Payne - took to Twitter to make the now industry standard announcement of an announcement with a peculiar video montage.
Stating his name in a selection of different scenarios, fans have poked holes in the footage noticing how one of the scenes has Remedy's creative director standing by a bulletin board rife with Alan Wake items.
The company has already stated they're not working on Alan Wake 2 just yet - though Microsoft is very open to the idea. Instead, all eyes are on a game made in partnership with another group. One which is presumably the story-mode for Crossfire 2; a hugely popular FPS franchise in both Korea and Asia.
Why Remedy Entertainment would attempt to make a Twitter announcement out of a game which may presumably not even release in the West is left up to interpretation. But either way, they're gearing up to show us something. And, as we all know, something is better than nothing. Usually.