Your voices have been heard, and a long-kept secret is out.
We at Remedy are excited to finally announce the long-awaited, much-anticipated Alan Wake Remastered – the complete Alan Wake experience.
Featuring both story expansions The Signal and The Writer, Alan Wake Remastered is releasing on PC via the Epic Games Store, Xbox One X|S, Xbox Series X|S and for the first time ever – PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 with full DualSense support. The path has been long and shrouded in darkness, but the road ahead lies written. Dwellers of Bright Falls, veterans of the light, thrill-seekers of the future – this is for you.
The team and our collaborators over at D3t have been working hard to make the legacy of Alan Wake fit for a new generation. Those of you who are looking to revisit the quaint town of Bright Falls to experience a tale close to your heart, do not fret – Alan Wake Remastered will not alter what’s held dear by so many of you. We know that rewriting history has its consequences, and just like you, we’re not looking to bring the Dark Presence our way prematurely. Instead, Alan Wake Remastered brings back what you know and love in an elevated state, to give fans and those new to the tale alike a chance to experience Alan Wake in a new light.
Alan Wake Remastered includes the main game as well as its two separate story expansions – The Signal and The Writer, all rendered in 4K visuals. The game’s cutscenes, quirky cast of characters, and majestic Pacific Northwest vistas have all been enhanced for a visual impact that matches its unnerving atmosphere. The tense, episodic story is packed with unexpected twists, heart-stopping cliff hangers and jaw-dropping, intense bursts of combat where it takes more than bullets to banish the darkness that lies ahead.
The Alan Wake fans around the world are a strong, tight-knit community and we cherish the overwhelming support you have all shown us through the years. In fact, you can head over to the 10 years active Alan Wake community website The Sudden Stop, for a few words from our own Creative Director Sam Lake.
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This is for you.