Alan Wake has definitely not been forgotten by Remedy Entertainment, as evidenced by the recently discovered easter eggs in their latest New Weird masterpiece, Control.
We'll try and avoid over-explaining the stuff you're about to read, and will instead try and show you the easter egg locations so that you can discover the secret Alan Wake lore for yourself. Find all the details you need to know in the following paragraphs.
Control Alan Wake Easter Egg Locations
It's no secret that Remedy wants to make Alan Wake 2, but it just so happens that stuff keeps getting in the way. With how good Control is turning out to be, we can't really say we mind that. Having said that, they did use this opportunity to give us a bit more insight into the how and why of Alan Wake, which is a particularly nice treat for fans of their previous offering.
In any case, below you'll find the exact locations of documents/artifacts related to the mythology of Alan Wake, and then you can go and discover the lore for yourself, as it should be. Note that there's been two Alan Wake documents found, one Alan Wake audio recording, and a special gameplay section that features none other than Poets of the Fall.
- DOCUMENT 1: Typewritten Page AI83-KE can be found on the 5th floor of the Panopticon. Look inside the sixth unit, and not only will you find said document, but also a video of Alan Wake himself reading the page.
- DOCUMENT 2: Bright Falls Supplement AWE-35 is located as you proceed with the main story, but quite late in the game. Keep an eye out and you'll be good to go.
- AUDIO RECORDING: Found during your search for the Slide Projector Object of Power.
- GAMEPLAY SECTION: Progress your main storyline to find this atmospheric piece. A personal favourite of ours, to be sure.
That's all the stuff related to Alan Wake players have come across in Control - so far. We're sure there's more hidden secrets to be uncovered in this game, if Remedy's previous flagships are anything to go by, and we're very much looking forward to seeing, hearing, and reading them.