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Alan Wake Remaster will support Xbox Smart Delivery and DualSense haptics

Published: 16:48, 13 September 2021
Alan Wake Remastered is coming to consoles and PC
Alan Wake Remastered is coming to consoles and PC

Remedy have reevaled some of the new features that will be included in the upcoming remaster for Alan Wake. The team added DualSense haptics support for PS5 owners and Xbox Smart Delivery for Xbox consoles.

Recently announced Alan Wake Remastered will bring many visual and quality of life improvements to this beloved psychological horror game from 2010. Remedy revealed that players can expect higher-resolution support, better FPS and other additions and today, they've decided to offer us a more detailed list of some of the new features.

According to the tweet, we're getting better character models, environments, two DLCs support for next-gen features and most important, 100 thermoses. Check out the list below:

  • Richer environmental details 
  • Enhanced character models 
  • The Signal & The Writer DLCs 
  • New audio commentary by Sam Lake 
  • Xbox Smart Delivery 
  • DualSense haptics 
  • 100 thermoses

We're certainly excited to try out the game when it launches in a couple of weeks and cannot wait to get that official announcement for Alan Wake 2, which is rumoured to be in developed at Remedy. Apparently, it's one of the AAA games that team are currently developing in partnership with Epic Games.

Alan Wake Remastered is officially hitting the shelves on October 5, 2021, for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

For more Alan Wake Remastered news, check out the most recent leak which  gave us the first screenshots of the remaster.

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