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Battlefield 1942’s legendary Wake Island is coming to Battlefield as a free update on December 12th, featuring that same familiar horseshoe design but clocking in at roughly twice the size.
Now this is what we’re talking about. DICE has finally taken the lid off War in the Pacific, a major free new chapter update coming to Battlefield V shortly. 
Some mercifully brief news for you all - Alan Wake's American Nightmare are now free to permanently add to your library on the Epic Games Store.
Sound the freebie klaxon, there are a few great giveaways going on over on the Epic Games Store. The big one is available right now and it’s Surviving Mars, the survival colony building strategy game developed by Haemimont Games and published by Paradox Interactive.
We’ve got a couple of Endless Space goodies today for those of you who’ve thought about dominating the great beyond but have yet to take that giant leap for mankind.
There are a few juicy Epic Games Store freebies up for grabs right now. Obviously, some of you will be vehemently opposed to all things Epic Games and so this won’t really apply to you (why are you here, you crazy fools?) but, over the course of the next week, you’ll be able to grab four free games to keep courtesy of Epic's bottomless pockets.
Remedy Entertainment has acquired the full publishing rights to the Alan Wake series from Microsoft. Announced during Remedy’s fiscal reports, ownership of Alane Wake publishing rights have reverted to the developer.
Alan Wake fans, look away now.  All gone? Good. Remedy Entertainment's director of communications Thomas Puha has revealed Alan Wake 2 very nearly did happen but eventually fell away to focus on the upcoming Control.
Tucked in at the end of Nintendo’s Direct yesterday evening was the reveal of a remake of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.
It’s somehow been flying under the radar but a live-action Alan Wake TV series has been in active development and will be ready to shop around to TV networks next month. Peter Calloway, of Legion fame, has signed on as showrunner and writer for Alan Wake, while the game’s screenwriter Sam Lake is also on board as executive producer.
Remedy CEO Tero Virtala has said the studio could possibly have developed sequels for Alan Wake and Quantum Break, but it was ultimately Microsoft’s decision not to push ahead with Alan Wake 2.