Remedy recently provided an update on upcoming games via the company’s earnings briefing, with Alan Wake 2 still expected to release in 2023.


Game developer Remedy has confirmed that Alan Wake 2 is still expected to release sometime in 2023 and provided updates on four other upcoming titles. The information was released as part of the company’s earnings report. The production updates proved there is a lot of great content in the future for fans excited for Remedy’s next big titles, especially the eagerly awaited Alan Wake 2.


The Steven King-inspired Alan Wake was introduced to the gaming world in 2010 and became a cult classic. Fast-forward nine years later and Remedy would release its first installment of the paranormal action-adventure Control franchise with equal praise. When it was announced that both beloved games would have sequels, unsurprisingly fans of the franchises were excited. However, as sometimes happens in the video game industry, there is a constant threat of things not going as planned causing games to get pushed back and their release dates rescheduled. Luckily, this doesn’t seem to be the case for Remedy’s current productions.

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Remedy stated that Alan Wake 2 is in “full production stage,” but there was “still a lot of work to be done.” The sequel is going through user testing, with feedback as a source for improving the game. But Alan Wake 2 is reported as “coming together on all fronts.” As for other titles fans can expect from the developer, Max Payne 1 and Max Payne 2 will be remade in collaboration with Rockstar Games, as previously reported. These projects are still in production. Remedy also provided an update on its Control games in the briefing.

Codename Condor, a Control spinoff, is listed as being in “proof-of-concept” stage. Remedy stated it was “giving the team time to work on a multitude of important game design elements and finalize the key pillars” before the game can proceed to the next production phase. The second mentioned Control game is Codename Heron, which is in the concept stage and expected to be a “bigger-budget” sequel. The fifth game from Remedy is expected to be a free-to-play co-op multiplayer titled Vanguard. The game will be an “expansive service-based F2P with a rich world and selected new elements” with the goal of making Vanguard stand out among other multiplayer titles already released. Vanguard is still in the “proof-of-concept” stage.

The classic action-thriller game Alan Wake and its upcoming survival horror sequel are part of the Remedy Connected Universe, which according to the developer includes Control and Max Payne as well. With this in mind, it will be interesting to see if Remedy manages to elaborate on the connection between all the series with these upcoming releases. Another worry is how the creators will balance the changes with things that made the original installments so great to begin with. However, with a reported smooth production across all project developments, the future is looking bright for fans of Remedy’s games.

Alan Wake 2 is scheduled to release in 2023 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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Source: Remedy

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