Summary: Alan Wake originally launched on Xbox 360 back in 2010 before making its way to Windows PC a couple of years later. The adventure game tells the story of thriller writer Alan Wake as he tries to solve the mystery of his wife’s disappearance while on vacation. The game is structured like a TV series, episode format and all that.

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BUT updated version with the base game, as well as two DLC add-ons – The Signal and The Writer – arrived on most major platforms in October 2021. However, the Switch port was conspicuously missing.

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Developer Remedy Entertainment has confirmed that Alan Wake Remastered will be coming to the Nintendo Switch.

Speaking of television, Remedy creative director Sam Lake shared this as well. AMS acquired the rights to Alan Wake. Remedy first announced plans for a live-action television series based on Alan Wake in 2018. The production company Contradiction Films was mentioned in the original press release, but it is not clear if they are still involved.

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Remedy also confirmed that Alan Wake 2 is in full production. We were told that the game is currently playable, but there is still a lot of work to be done. As such, the team will not be releasing a teaser this summer, as originally planned, because they want to focus on game development rather than a demo. However, some concept art was included in the presentation video.

Alan Wake 2 is scheduled to release on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC in 2023.