Remedy Entertainment has shared some new information in regards to Alan Wake 2 and Alan Wake Remastered.
In a new video released by Remedy Entertainment to celebrate the upcoming anniversary of Alan Wake’s release, the developer shared some new and important updates on the state of the series. According to Sam Lake, Remedy's Creative Director, even though the development of Alan Wake 2 goes as planned, they won't be showing any new gameplay footage this summer. According to Lake, the decision was made because they want to polish the game and make sure they are creating "the best, and first, survival horror game for Remedy."
"Everything with Alan Wake 2 development is going really well. We are deep in production, have a lot of material, and a great deal of the game is playable," commented Lake. "But we’ve been talking for the past couple of months and have come to the decision here at Remedy, along with our wonderful publisher Epic Games, that we will not be showing anything big this summer."
What's more, the developer has also announced that Alan Wake Remaster, revealed in September 2021 and currently in development by Remedy and Epic Games, is coming to Nintendo Switch. "The game will launch as a digital Nintendo Switch release only, and runs natively on the hardware. We’ll show more in the coming months, and we’re excited to share Alan Wake’s story with Nintendo fans for the first time," adds Remedy.
On top of that, the team has also revealed several pieces of Alan Wake 2 concept art that give an idea of what the upcoming sequel might look like. Here they are: