Alan Wake and Control developer Remedy has five games in the works, and the studio recently business release.
Remedy CEO Tero Virtala said Alan Wake 2 is “in full production” and on track for a 2023 release. conduct. We haven’t heard of Alan Wake 2 since Remedy revealed his new concept art back in May, but at the time director Sam Lake said much of the game was already playable. rice field.
I have two Control projects in progress, Codename Condor and Codename Heron. Codename Condor is his four-player co-op PvE title announced last summer. Virtala says this multiplayer project of his is still in the proof-of-concept stage. Codename Heron, on the other hand, is Remedy’s higher-budget his Control game, which is currently in the concept stage.
Remedy and Tencent jointly publish Vanguard. This is a free-to-play cooperative multiplayer title that is still in the proof-of-concept stage. When the game was announced last December, it was described as “a free-to-play cooperative PvE shooter that combines Remedy’s narrative expertise and action gameplay into an immersive multiplayer experience.” . Beyond that, we still don’t know much about Vanguard.
Finally, Virtala wrote briefly about Max Payne 1&2 Remake Remedy working with Rockstar Games, stating that development continued with a “small core team.” That remake was announced in April, and Remedy will be responsible for developing his Northlight game engine for Alan Wake 2 and Control.
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Alan Wake 2 is the only Remedy project with a release period. Additionally, we have no idea when Remedy’s Control project or partnerships with Tencent and Rockstar will be completed. Until we know more, stay tuned for his Alan Wake TV show in development on AMC.
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