Last year, Remedy Entertainment signed an agreement with Epic Games that would see the latter fund and announce two of the veterans’ projects, one of which was going to be smaller in scale. That game turned out to be Alan Wake Remastered, which launched just over a month ago and has been well received by critics and audiences alike.
But how is the game doing from a commercial standpoint? Exact numbers have not been revealed by either Epic Games or Remedy Entertainment, but things seem to have gone well for the remaster. Or good enough, at any rate. In its recent quarterly funding report, Remedy Entertainment confirmed that Alan Wake Remastered’s sales are “off to a good start.” That is, sadly, what all the developers said on the issue, but the game certainly seems to be selling as well as the developer had expected.
Meanwhile, there is strong talk about the second project of Remedy Entertainment and Epic Games, which is a full-blown AAA game. Alan Wake 2. That game went into full production earlier this year.
Remedy recently confirmed that CrossfireX, It has also developed the single player campaign for it, also nearing launch. Meanwhile, the developer also announced that it is opening a new studio in Sweden. Read more about that throughout here.
In our review of Alan Wake Remastered, we gave it a score of 8/10, saying, ”Alan Wake Remastered it’s easy to stand alone among modern games, likely because of its exceptional design, tight execution, and handful of technical improvements. “You can read our full review here.
Alan Wake Remastered available on PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Recent scores from the ESRB and PEGI have suggested that the game could also be headlined for the Nintendo Switch, though no such announcement has yet been made.