Alan Wake It will be 12 years since its first release this week, and to celebrate, Remedy shared a video that shouldn’t be missed for any fan of the game. In addition to telling stories about the game’s past, the video also shares news of the sequel and confirms the remaster port for Alan Wake For Nintendo Switch.
Video stars Sam Lake, President of Remedy and the face of the first Max Payne, accompanied by Ilkka Villi, the actor who appeared in Alan Wake Matthew Poretta is the voice of the character.
The interview begins with the confirmation of the first release Alan Wake On a Nintendo handheld, but without a release date or window. It’s just a very low level development build.
Then we have stories and anecdotes about the development of the games, the original and its sequel. Speaking of the creation process Alan Wake 2New concept images have been released for the game, which reaffirm how it will have a greater focus on horror:
New Alan Wake 2 concept art, focusing more on horror than before pic.twitter.com/h7oyCCJMyd
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Other important information brought in the video is that Alan Wake It will become a TV series. The rights were purchased to produce AMC, which is itself responsible for The Walking Dead series.
Sam Lake concludes the video by warning that there will be no news from Alan Wake 2 In June (summer in the USA). He claims that game development is going well, and that a lot of it is already playable, and so he wants to keep the team focused on creating the game, and avoid distractions with events and disclosures for the time being.
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