Alan Wake Remastered is coming to Switch this fall

Image: Remedy / AMC / Nintendo / Kotaku

Today, in celebration of the 12th anniversary of Alan WakeThis week’s original release, Remedy, provided some breaking news about the franchise. This included the announcement that the remastered Alan Wake Coming to Switch this year, as well as a few more details about the TV show adaptation, which was first announced in 2018.

In a video released today by Remedy, the people behind Alan Wake Spend about 13 minutes talking about the franchise and its future. And considering it wasn’t that long ago, it looked like we’d never get another Alan WakeIt’s exciting to hear how the franchise is expanding.

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from the beginning, Alan Wake Remastered Coming to Switch. It will be a digital-only release, which is a bit of a nuisance for fans of physical media. However, on the plus side, Remedy confirmed that it will not be a streaming title. It’s a nice change from previous Remedy games to make their way to Switch, control, that game could only be streamed to the Switch via an always-online internet connection, and suffered from common game streaming issues such as lag, latency, and pixelation. Getting an actual port for a switch, even a digital-only one, is much preferred.

No release date for the Switch port was shared until the fall of this year. But it’s a perfect time to revisit the third-person shooter starring writer and devout coffee drinker Alan Wake.,

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other interesting bit Alan Wake The news shared in the video was a confirmation that a TV show based on the game is still happening and will now be an AMC series. We knew, though I had almost forgotten, that a Alan Wake The show was coming as Remedy announced in 2018. But four years later, we now know that AMC is partnering with devs to produce the show. In a press release, Remedy explained that “there’s still a long way to go for the series to become a reality,” so I don’t expect to see it anytime soon. And about the long wait…

The video also included the disclosure of some alan wake 2 concept art. But beyond that, there was little news of a sequel. Looks like we still have a long time to wait to play the next entry in the franchise after the original game and its spin-off, American Nightmare.

Meanwhile, Remedy announced last month that it’s a remake Max Payne 1 And 2 With the help of Rockstar Games.

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