Alan Wake Remastered is Lighting the Way Towards an October Release

Alan Wake Remastered is Lighting the Way Towards an October Release

Richard Walker

One of 2010's best games, Alan Wake will be making his long awaited PlayStation debut in Alan Wake Remastered next month, developer Remedy Entertainment has announced. Taking you back to the small town of Bright Falls, the revamped version of the game will feature new 4K visuals at 60fps.

Complete with The Signal and The Writer DLC chapters, Alan Wake Remastered will enable you to relive the entire mystery, ignited by the disappearance of Wake's wife Alice. What follows is a sinister waking nightmare, that Wake himself has seemingly written into being. The folk of Bright Falls behave as if they're possessed, and the only way to weaken them is with a blast of light.

Alan Wake Remastered will feature improved cut-scenes, facial animations, lip syncing, and enhanced character models boasting updated hair and shaders, so Barry in his Christmas tree lights should look even more sensational. A greater level of environmental detail, improved visual effects, lighting and other upgrades are also in store.

You'll be able to experience Alan Wake Remastered, alongside an audio commentary from lead writer and Creative Director Sam Lake, when it hits PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 for the first time, as well as Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on 5th October 2021. Check out the new trailer below.

  • One of the best things they did with this game was the story pages scattered around the game.
  • Same day as ps plus...
  • Shame it's not a Plus game, if it would the showcase would really be the place to announce it. What is the price anyway?
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