Remedy Entertainment's headcount has grown to nearly 300 people, and the developer has provided updates on several upcoming projects.
Remedy has five games in development.
Epic Games reportedly offered the best publishing deal for the sequel.
Talk about some mixed emotions.
Remedy Entertainment's beloved horror-thriller almost got the sequel it deserved.
Alan Wake 2 will have to be on Remedy's terms according to Sam Lake.
"The developer has to want to make the game.”
The new project is being worked on for at least nine months.
But Remedy still interested in doing a follow up if they can.
"You need the right funding. You need the right concept," says Sam Lake.
Looks like Remedy is getting ready for life after Quantum Break.
Director is still hopeful it's coming.
Creative director says there's been discussion internally about a possible sequel.
"I would definitely love to do more Wake."
Lot of jobs on offer.
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