Remedy Entertainment are known for their single player, narrative-driven experiences. Recently, the studio revealed that they are developing a “Remedy Connected Universe” which included some of their most beloved IPs. Now they have “moved into full production” on their next project, which is rumored to be Alan Wake 2.
It’s been rumored for a while that Remedy is working on another Alan Wake game ever since their recent release,Control, hinted at a connected universe between the two. Remedy also reacquired the rights to Alan Wake in 2019, and announced several projects were currently in development.
Those projects include the aforementioned next game in the “Remedy Connected Universe” - rumored to be Alan Wake 2 - along with an official Control sequel and multiplayer spin-off, and a smaller-scale unannounced title. However, some of those projects are being published and funded by different companies. The next game in the RCU though is being funded by Epic Games.
So for all those out there who don’t like the Epic Games Store, it seems highly likely that whatever Remedy works on next in the RCU, whether that’s really Alan Wake 2 or something else, it will be at the very least a timed exclusive to the Epic Games Store, possibly even a full exclusive. All we know now is that it is currently in full production.
What do you think? What could Remedy be working on next? Is it Alan Wake 2? Or something else? And would you buy it on the EGS if it was a full exclusive? Let us know!