Remedy has given Alan Wake 2 a development update and has announced the release of Alan Wake Remastered for Nintendo Switch.
The studio has also released a video that talks about today''s news, as well as discussing the past and future of the series. Sam Lake, Ilkka Villi, and Matthew Porretta are among the actors in the series.
Alan Wake 2 was announced at the The Game Awards last December, and the firm planned to show off the long-awaited follow-up this summer. However, plans have changed, but Remedy did not see the need to provide an update on how things are going, and it also released some concept art.
"Everything with Alan Wake 2''s development is going really well," Lake said. "We are deep in manufacturing, have a lot of material, and a great deal of the game is playable. But we have been talking for the past two months, and we have made the decision that we will not be showing anything much this summer.
A good, polished demo or a trailer can take a lot of time, and it is several months of effort that might wreak havoc on the project. We believe that the game will continue to be successful, and we strive to make sure that the team is developing the best, first, survival horror game for Remedy. We have no intention of removing the team from the task, so we were going to keep going and create a great game experience. Unfortunately, you will have to wait a bit longer for a
Alan Wake 2 is set to be released in 2023 and will be published by Epic Games.
The exact release date for Alan Wake Remastered on Nintendo Switch wasn''t presented today, with only a fall release window. The game will run as a digital release only, and is supported natively on the hardware.
Alan Wake Remastered was released for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC last year.