About the game
Developed by Remedy Entertainment and published in 2010 by Microsoft, Alan Wake is an action-adventure about a writer that starts living through his own novel. Which would be much easier if he could remember writing it.
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Epic Games Store celebrates Halloween with two horror freebies
Epic Games Store are offering two horror freebies this week. Players can grab gritty cyberpunk game Observer and visit Arizona in Alan Wake's American Nightmare.
Control post-launch roadmap includes Alan Wake expansion
Remedy Entertainment creative director Sam Lake has shared an image on Twitter which reveals the post-launch content for the studio's latest action-adventure Control. By the looks of it, Control will introduce Alan Wake DLC in mid 2020.
Next two freebies on the Epic Games Store revealed
Epic Games revealed the next free games on their store. Ubisoft's melee action For Honor and Remedy's horror Alan Wake will be available from 02 until 09 August 2019. Also, This War of Mine and Moonbreaker are now available for download.
Alan Wake 2 could be PS exclusive as Sony prepare to buy Remedy
Sony are preparing a bid to buy Finnish studio Remedy who would join the publisher's impressive roster which includes Naughty Dog, Guerrilla and more. This could mean that potential Alan Wake or Control sequels could become PS exclusives.
Alan Wake 2 now possible as Remedy secure publishing rights
Finnish developer Remedy Entertainment acquired Alan Wake publishing rights from Microsoft it's been officially announced by the company. Remedy now own both IP and publishing rights and can potentially start working on Alan Wake sequel.
Alan Wake has returned to Steam Store thanks to Microsoft
Alan Wake has been absent from Steam Store since May 2017 when it was pulled due to expired music licenses. Thanks DRM. Anyway, the game's publisher, Microsoft, has managed to negotiate a new deal that allowed it to return to Steam Store.
Last chance to get Alan Wake on Steam
Remedy Entertainment's Alan Wake is being taken off Steam due to an expiring music license 7 years after its release and the horror title will be 90 per cent off, in its final 48 hours on the platform. Last call for anyone still looking to add the game to their library.