Remedy's last outing with Max Payne still stands tall as one of gaming's finest.
Metroid Dread, Far Cry 6, Alan Wake Remastered, and Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania all debut in the top 10 in UK's weekly retail charts.
More evident piles up that the remaster of the horror adventure title will be coming to Nintendo's hybrid at some point.
The remaster of the 2012 thriller mystery is now available with visual improvements, 4K support and its two story DLC packs.
Alan Wake lives on in remastered form.
Seven minute gameplay video showcases improvements made to the environments, lighting and Alan Wake's character model.
Here are 15 new things you need to know before buying this remaster of a beloved classic.
The trailer specifically looks at direct comparison between the original Xbox 360 release and the remastered version running on Xbox Series X.
Remedy Entertainment says the upcoming remaster's content will remain largely unchanged, but hints that there may be some tweaks in service of the Remedy Connected Universe.
Alan Wake Remastered is confirmed to be launching for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC soon, but a Switch version might be on the way as well.
Features like Ultra-wide screen support, Nvidia DLSS, an FOV slider, and more are also confirmed for PC. Installation space required is 36 GB.
Remedy Entertainment also reveals performance and targeted frame rate for each platform, with PC running at 4K with uncapped FPS.
The classic is out next month and features enhanced character models and environments along with The Signal and The Writer expansions.
Several new screenshots of the recently announced remaster are included in the game's Amazon UK listing, showcasing some impressive visuals.
The game is coming to PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. It will feature 4K visuals and various graphical upgrades. A release date hasn't yet been announced.
Multiple sources are doubtful that the recently leaked Alan Wake remaster will be announced at the upcoming PlayStation event.
Alan Wake Remastered, which has been previously rumoured as well, is seemingly going to be announced and released soon, as per new leaks.
In a recent interview, Control publisher 505 Games acknowledges that the game's upgrade paths could have been better.
Remedy Entertainment's headcount has grown to nearly 300 people, and the developer has provided updates on several upcoming projects.
Remedy Entertainment provides an update on the continued success of Control, with a sequel in the early stages of development and a co-op spinoff also in the works.