This autumn, Alan Wake Remastered will be available on Nintendo Switch

This autumn, Alan Wake Remastered will be available on Nintendo Switch

is still deep in development

Today is the 12th anniversary of, and Remedy provided a little update to commemorate the event. Alongside updates on Alans TV and sequel suggestions, Remedy confirmed the announcement that will be released for Nintendo Switch this fall.

In a new video, Creative Director Sam Lake confirms that the dark adventure will be available on Nintendos handheld sometime this fall. No dates have been confirmed yet. In a press release, Remedy claims that the game will be a digital-only release, which will run natively on the hardware. More is on the way in the next months.

Remedy provided an update on the topic. The recently released sequel to the 2010sis is in development, and Lake says everything is going well, even if a significant portion of the game is playable. However, the studio and publisher Epic Games determined that they will not be doing anything significant this summer.

The process of developing a proper, polished demo or a trailer requires a lot of effort, and it''s several months of work that may save lives. Lake believes that we have momentum going, and we want to make sure that we are achieving the best, first, survival horror game for Remedy. We didn''t want to take the team away from that focus, so were going to keep going and making a great game experience, therefore you will need to wait a bit longer for a demo and a trailer.

Light up the night

The team initially made some concept art to give a sense of the vibe they are working on. It certainly does look troubling.

AMC Networks has a limited time limit for theseries, but it is still aiming for a 2023 launch. One additional update has been made for the world of. AnTV show is still in the works, but today, Remedy confirms that the rights for theseries have been purchased by AMC Networks.

As we head into the fall, things are still moving, but dang, it appears like a good time to be anfollower. Im certainly looking forward to seeing more about how wellruns natively on Switch.

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