Something moves on the front of Alan Wakeand this time there may be some interesting news for those who have never had the chance to play the unforgettable title of Remedy Entertainment.
Taiwanese retailer Rakuten has recently added to its list Alan Wake Remasteredallegedly remastered edition of the game developed by the authors of Quantum Break and Control, complete with platforms and release date.
The game is in fact put in the catalog for PS4, PS5 and Xbox Series X | S (it is not clear at the moment if there is also a version for Xbox One), and the release date is not that far away, being set for October 5th. .
As the reliable insider then pointed out Okami, Alan Wake Remastered it was subsequently added to the catalog by other retailers as well, which could indicate not only that the game really exists, but also that its announcement could be very close – perhaps at the PlayStation Showcase on Thursday 9 September, a highly anticipated event in which we will discover something more about upcoming Sony productions and more.
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Launched in 2010 as an Xbox 360 exclusive, and later in 2012 on PC, Alan Wake is one of the most remembered and appreciated titles of Remedy Entertainment, based on narrative and on a story full of twists and horror tints. With the latest Control DLC, in 2020, Remedy then brought back the protagonist of the game making him somehow participate in the events of Jesse Faden in the Oldest House.
According to various clues and rumors, the next Remedy game, already in development, could be a sequel to Alan Wake.
Would you like to replay, or play for the first time, especially for PlayStation users, the Remedy game?