Remedy Entertainment has released a brief, new clip for the survival horror title ahead of its launch less than a month from now.
Extensive new gameplay footage shows off the upcoming survival horror title's combat, new atmospheric environments, and more.
"We are setting things up that will play a role in the future of the Remedy Connected universe," says writer and creative director Sam Lake.
However, communications director Thomas Puha says the game was "built from the beginning as a 30 FPS experience focusing on visuals and ambiance."
Alan Wake 2 will pull on threads not only from its predecessor, but also Control, while als introducing an intriguing, new character.
Remedy Entertainment talks about the survival horror sequel's two protagonists and how their experiences different in both story and gameplay.
The development team at Remedy Entertainment talks about the music and audio design of the upcoming Alan Wake 2.
The survival horror sequel is set to launch for PC and current-gen consoles a little over a month from now, on October 27.
Wake meets the hard-boiled detective from his books, who meets an unfortunate fate while investigating the writer's involvement.
"We have always internally felt that we need to find ways to do longer games,," says writer and director Sam Lake.
An IGN preview showcases new gameplay footage for Remedy Entertainment's upcoming survival horror game.
The FBI agent investigates the town before venturing to the Coffee World theme park and battling axe-wielding shadowy foes en route.
Remedy Entertainment says the replica New York has a "lot of history", including a narrative experience involving Alice.
Remedy Entertainment has been trying to make a sequel to Alan Wake for well over a decade, though development for the product took about 4 years.
Remedy Entertainment says it didn't want Alan Wake 2 to "go neck to neck" with other major releases scheduled for mid-October.
New gameplay footage shows off much more of The Dark Place, combat mechanics, Alan's Mind Palace, and more.
The survival horror title's newest trailer also offers a glimpse of how Remedy will be making use of live action this time around.
"October is an amazing month for game launches and we hope this date shift gives more space for everyone to enjoy their favorite games," Remedy Entertainment says.
"Camera perspective and things like that, yes, there are good references from the recent Resident Evil games that we did look at," says game director Kyle Rowley.
Game director Kyle Rowley has seemingly suggested that we'll be learning more about the titular protagonist's side of the story in The Dark Place.