Control: the Season Pass roadmap with update and DLC suggests the return of Alan Wake

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Control: A DLC Coming up

From the pages of the official website of Control, Antonela Punder of Remedy Entertainment illustrates the roadmap of the post-launch contents of the Metroidvania starring Jesse Faden. According to what is suggested by the Finnish software house, among the updates provided there should also be a DLC dedicated to Alan Wake!

The infographic that accompanies the announcement of the roadmap informs us that by the end of this year we will be able to access Control’s Photo Mode, thanks to which we will be able to take photographs to capture the dystopian scenarios of the Oldest House.

Also by the end of 2019, and more precisely during the month of December, a new modality will be launched called Expeditions : in this new series of challenges that will be available free of charge for all Control users, Jesse Faden will have to help the Oldest House security manager, Arish, explore the mysterious “Formation” and its surroundings to carry out activities designed to test the reflexes and skills of users.

As for the expansions connected to the Season Pass, in 2020 we will be able to see the publication of two DLCs called “Fondamenta” and “EMA”, each able to offer several hours of fun thanks to new missions, new enemies to face and even more game mechanics original.

The Fondamenta expansion will allow us to deepen the history of the Oldest House by participating in the challenges that will take place in the basements of the federal complex: the DLC in question will arrive in the first few months of 2020 and will be available in exclusive time on PlayStation 4. The second DLC, called EMA, will take us to a new area of the Oldest House, the Investigations Sector, to study the Events of the Altered World. The acronym in English of the second expansion connected to the Season Pass, AWE, and the image that accompanies the announcement seem to reinforce the mysterious link between Control and Alan Wake.

Control’s additional EMA content will be available in mid-2020 and, unlike Fondamenta, will be launched simultaneously on PS4, Xbox One and PC.