Remedy Entertainment Delivers Promising News on Upcoming Games
Last week, the highly anticipated release of Alan Wake 2 received positive reviews from both fans and critics, making it a hit among gamers. Game Informer’s Alan Wake 2 review provides further details on the game’s success. In light of this achievement, Remedy Entertainment, the studio behind the game, has recently shared updates on its other projects, including Control 2 and the remakes of Max Payne 1 and 2.
Alan Wake 2 Exceeds Expectations
In their third-quarter earnings report for 2023, Remedy expressed the satisfaction they’ve received from the reception of Alan Wake 2. While they were unable to provide specific financial figures as the game was only just launched, they are continuously working on improving and expanding the game with new updates and announced expansions. According to Remedy, “Alan Wake 2 marks the first of many great new game launches enabled by our multi-project model, which we have built over the years.”
Exciting Updates on Other Projects
Remedy also shared exciting progress on their other games. Condor, a cooperative multiplayer game, has successfully transitioned from the proof-of-concept stage to a production readiness stage. The development team has gained valuable insights into creating service-based games, ensuring an engaging experience for players over an extended period of time. Additionally, Codename Vanguard, the multiplayer game being developed in partnership with Tencent, is anticipated to reach the proof-of-concept stage by the end of this year.
Remakes of Max Payne 1 and 2: A Step Closer to Reality
Following their deal with Rockstar Games, Remedy announced the remake of Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne last year. Today, they are pleased to inform fans that the remake has progressed into the production readiness stage. The team has gained clarity on the game’s style and scope and is confident in its future success. Remedy claims to have an exceptionally well-organized team dedicated to bringing this project to life.
Control 2 in the Works
Regarding Control 2, the studio reports that it is still in the proof-of-concept stage. However, they have made substantial progress in the designs and game build. Remedy’s experience in developing service-based games has provided valuable insights, ultimately enabling them to create a game that will captivate players for years.
Promising Future with Talented Teams
Now that Alan Wake 2 has been successfully launched, Remedy is confident that all four upcoming games will benefit from the additional talent transitioning from Alan Wake 2. This influx of skilled individuals will facilitate the progress and development of these games.
For more information about Alan Wake 2, read the comprehensive review by Game Informer. Additionally, be sure to check out our review of Control to get further insights into Remedy Entertainment’s exceptional games.
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