Alan Wake: The Publication Rights Have Returned to Remedy

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Repeatedly questioned about the fate of the Alan Wake series, the Remedy team frequently reiterated how the brand was very dear to the software house.

The team, in effect, had expressed in the past the desire to develop a sequel to Alan Wake, however, apparently, the project had encountered some problems. In fact, during April 2019, Remedy had confirmed that the works on Alan Wake 2 had been interrupted. From the pages of the official website of the software house, however, there is now quite interesting news. Through a short statement, it is announced that “[…] the rights to publish the games of Alan Wake have returned to Remedy”. The announcement finds space in an update relating to the financial situation of the team, which has announced that it has recently reached the record figure of around 2.5 million euros as royalty deriving from games published in the past.

It is difficult to assess the impact of this announcement on the future of the series. In the communication, there are no references to a desire to return to work on a possible Alan Wake 2. Moreover, the software house is currently focused on the publication of Control, the new IP of the studio now about to reach the market. What do you think, you would like to see in the future the debut of a new videogame adventure dedicated to the