It has been over a decade Alan Wake first released on the Xbox 360. For years, fans hoped for some sort of follow -up or re -release, and while the game eventually got a PC release as well as independent DLC streaming, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, if it were the 2019’s Control when we got some help about Alan’s fate. This new generation can find the story of the famous novelist Alan Wake and his battle against darkness, in reality and symbolism, with a new remaster. We also have a clean video gallery to see the visual demonstration in action.
Released via official Xbox YouTube, we’ve got a trailer to compare the first 360 release to the upcoming remaster. Specifically, it’s a glimpse into the game on the Xbox Series X. While you can see it for yourself, it’s a sight to behold in some areas. We’ve seen some of the first remaster’s gameplay, but it’s the first live comparison that shows how much work is in the remaster.
Alan Wake Remastered is ready to release for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and PC October 5. The game has already been cast in several regions for the Switch, but as of now, there is no official announcement about coming on stage.