Bad (or good?) News for all fans eagerly awaiting Remedy’s announcement on the franchise Alan Wake. After the succession of rumors of the past few weeks, Sam Lake’s Twitter profile has officially announced the arrival of Alan Wake Remastered, the remastered edition for next-gen consoles of the classic that arrived in 2009 on Xbox 360.
A new Alan Wake? No. Alan Wake Remastered is coming
Maybe not the announcement that fans were waiting for, hoping to get their hands on a sequel chapter of the story told 11 years ago.
Here is the tweet:
We can’t thank you enough for the love and support you’ve shown #AlanWake these 11 years… but I can try.
I wrote you a letter on our lovely, long-time fan site, @TheSuddenStop.
Welcome to Bright Falls, again, for the first time. ❤️ 🔦 This is for you. https://t.co/XasoyzjttL pic.twitter.com/SSSBRWpCwm
– Sam Lake (@SamLakeRMD) September 7, 2021
We can’t thank you enough for the support and love you have shown for Alan Wake over the past 11 years, but I can try.
I wrote a letter about our beloved and long-running fan-site The Sudden Stop. Welcome to Bright Fall, again, for the first time. This is for you.
At the moment, an official release date has not yet been announced, but we know that the arrival of Alan Wake Remastered is expected somewhere next fall. In addition to the Xbox Series X | S, the game will also arrive on Xbox One, PC (via Epic Store), PS5 and PS4.
Alan Wake Remastered will include all content from the original game, including the two expansions, The Signal and The Writer. The whole package will come with a technical update that will bring the textures to 4k resolution, while “the cutscenes, the cast of characters and the magnificent views of the Pacific Northwest have been improved to achieve a visual impact capable of rendering justice to its disturbing atmosphere ”.
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