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Looks Like Alan Wake 2 Concept Art Is All We’re Getting For A While

Looks Like Alan Wake 2 Concept Art Is All We’re Getting For A While

Screenshot: Remedy Entertainment

After beforehand promising to indicate off Alan Wake 2 this summer season, Remedy Entertainment defined at this time that people might want to wait a bit longer for more information on the sequel to the beloved (and just lately remastered) 2010 thriller.

“Everything is going really well,” Remedy artistic director Sam Lake mentioned by way of video message. “A great deal of the game is playable. But we’ve been talking the past couple of months, and we’ve come to a decision that we will not be showing anything big this summer.”

Lake, who wrote the unique Alan Wake and is directing Alan Wake 2, added that making a “proper, polished” demo or trailer would have taken a number of months away from recreation improvement. With work on the sequel reportedly choosing up velocity, Remedy was frightened in regards to the momentum loss that will are available shifting from the sport itself to advertising.

“We want to make sure that we are creating the best possible experience, the best, first survival horror game for Remedy,” Lake continued. “We don’t want to pivot the team away from that focus to work on a demo right now.”

It’s not all unhealthy information, fortunately. Remedy additionally shared some new Alan Wake 2 idea artwork, a few of which we’ve included on this story. Check out the video above for extra.

Alan Wake 2 was formally revealed eventually 12 months’s Keighley Awards with a powerful, live-action teaser and the information that the sequel would transfer absolutely into survival horror territory.

Image: Remedy Entertainment

In the 12 years for the reason that first recreation was launched, Remedy merged Alan Wake with its 2019 smash hit Control to create what the studio now calls the Remedy Connected Universe. The connection between the 2 collection was additional explored within the second Control growth, AWE.

“For over 10 years, we’ve had a crazy dream,” Lake wrote on the time. “The idea that the tales told in some of our games would be connected to each other, a connected world of stories and events with shared characters and lore. Slowly, patiently, behind the scenes, we’ve been planning and plotting to make this a reality.”

Despite lacking out on its grand summertime debut, Remedy says Alan Wake 2 remains to be scheduled for a 2023 launch.

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