Remedy Entertainment announced Thursday that Alan Wake Remastered will be released on Nintendo Switch this autumn. Last year, the game was launched for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC (through the Epic Games Store). Unlike Remedy’s cloud-streamed Switch copy of Control, the Switch version runs “natively on the device,” according to a press email provided to the media.
Other Alan Wake series news was also released by Remedy. Remedy creative director Sam Lake hinted that we could hear more about Alan Wake 2 this summer when the firm revealed the game in December. However, he stated in a video released on Thursday that we would have to wait longer to see more of the game.
“Everything [in the creation of Alan Wake 2] is going pretty well,” Lake added. “A large portion of the game is playable, and we’re still tweaking it.” But after discussing for a few months, we’ve decided that we won’t be showcasing anything huge this summer.” The sequel to Alan Wake will be released in 2023.
AMC Networks has purchased the rights to the previously announced Alan Wake TV project, according to Remedy. “The series is still a long way from being a reality,” Remedy stated in a press email.