An Alan Wake Sequel Could Be on the Way, According to Remedy

An Alan Wake Sequel Could Be on the Way, According to Remedy

An Alan Wake Sequel Could Be on the Way, According to Remedy. By Liana ‘LiLi’ Ruppert – June 21, 2018. We all love Alan Wake at Remedy and I think all of us want to see a new Alan Wake game. I

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A stand-alone entry, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, was released two years later, but no sequel has come to fruition. However, in addition to fans wanting it to happen, the team over at …

Alan Wake 2 Ideas Are Better Now, But Remedy Still Isn’t

Remedy Entertainment, developers of upcoming Xbox One-exclusive Quantum Break, have discussed working on a sequel to Alan Wake after the game was released, but decided it …

Remedy still in talks about Alan Wake 2 • Eurogamer.net

Remedy is still actively discussing a sequel to 2010’s Alan Wake, and is keen to return to the world of fictional horror writer.

Remedy: Alan Wake and Quantum Break Can’t Get Sequels

Jul 18, 2018 · Alan Wake was really interesting but it was a collaboration with Microsoft. Due to certain reasons, it never got a sequel,” Remedy CEO Tero Virtala told GamesIndustry.biz .

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Alan Wake (Live Action) news Says Remedy. Alan Wake An Alan Wake Sequel Could Be on the Way, According to Remedy. Alan Wake (Live Action) Liana ‘LiLi’ Ruppert 06/21/2018. Alan Wake (Live

Remedy: Microsoft doesn’t want to make Quantum Break or

Quantum Break and Alan Wake are two Xbox titles crying out for a sequel, sequels Microsoft apparently doesn’t want to make, according to Remedy.. In an interview with GamesIndustry.biz (via

Introducing the Alan Wake 2 you will never play | Polygon

“More or less straight from getting Alan Wake shipped, we were working on a sequel and planning on a sequel.” And it’s not just Alan Wake 2 that Remedy was planning on.

Peter Calloway to Make ‘Alan Wake’ TV Show – Variety

“Alan Wake,” which was released on the Xbox 360 and Windows PC in 2010, followed fictitious best-selling author Alan Wake (Matthew Porretta) on a journey to a small town in Washington state

Remedy: Microsoft doesn’t want to make Quantum Break or

Jul 18, 2018 · Remedy CEO Tero Virtala implied in the interview how the studio had intended to create a long-term franchise with both Quantum Break and Alan Wake, working hard to flesh out the characters, their backstories, and the worlds attached to them.