The Development Of Alan Wake 2 Has Entered Its Final Stages

The Development Of Alan Wake 2 Has Entered Its Final Stages
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Remedy Entertainment, the company developing Alan Wake 2, has disclosed that the game is currently undergoing its last stages of production. However, this means the game is still on track to be released in 2019.

This is based on Remedy’s most recent earnings presentation, which reveals the current state of numerous titles currently in development for Remedy and was obtained by GameSpot. The highly awaited sequel to Alan Wake, one of these games, is expected to be the next one to be released, and the CEO of Remedy, Tero Virtala, has promised investors that the game will come out in 2023 as planned.

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However, Virtala notes that there is still a significant amount of work to be done. Still, he is optimistic that Remedy will release a fantastic game even though progress is being made on all fronts regarding the project.

Even while this is not the most significant update regarding the development of Alan Wake 2, it is at least reassuring for fans who are enthusiastic about the title to know that it is still on track. More frequently than ever, we are witnessing the postponement of prominent video games such as Starfield, Suicide Squad, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and many others. Although there is still a chance that something like that will occur with Alan Wake 2, it does appear that Remedy has everything under control.

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Virtala also provided some commentary on the status of the company’s other games that are presently in development for the company. Virtala, for instance, indicates that a relatively small core team is now working on the remakes of Max Payne 1 and 2, which were mentioned before.

In addition, Remedy is working on two Control games with the codenames Codename Condor and Codename Heron. The first of these games is rumored to be a smaller spinoff product with a player experience that allows them to work together.