In addition to announcing Alan Wake Remastered on the Nintendo Switch, studio Remedy Entertainment gave a lot more about the highly anticipated Alan Wake 2, which was revealed to the world at the recent Game Awards in Los Angeles. Development is progressing according to Sam Lake, Creative Director, who is asking fans for a little patience before they can figure out the gameplay. He doesn’t want to bother focusing his teams with a demo or anything else to maintain this dynamic that he considers important. History to give a little grain to grind, however artwork has been shared to give an overview of what lies ahead soon. The game promises to be dark, with settings that will make us discover both the city, but also more natural environments such as the forests we pass through, reminiscent of the first episode. On the other hand, the photo of this possessed old lady holding her hand and clearly finding herself in the sewer proves to us that we still have to be careful of everyone.
It’s set in 2023 (if all goes well), so Alan Wake 2 will arrive 13 years after the first episode was released, and if Remedy takes too long, you should know that the Finnish studio has been thinking about it for over 10 years. Elka Felley, the actor who loaned his features to Alan Wake’s character, talked about the fact that Sam Lake has been talking about her since the end of the first episode and knows full well that Quantum Break’s announcement was somewhat of a hit. Disappointing audiences waiting for the tormented novelist’s return.