Hope for Alan Wake 2: Remedy boss wants to revive the series

Three months ago, journalists talked to a representative of Remedy, who made it clear that the series Alan Wake

dead and developers have no power to revive. In the new interview for the IGN, the head of the studio Sam Lake on the contrary gave hope for the resurrection of the franchise.

What is known

Remedy boss says he wants to return to AlanWake, but considers it a difficult task, because modern games have set a new bar. According to the head, the developers will have to try to do everything right, but first you need to get the "green light".

“I want to do it [Alan Wake 2]. This is a curious thing. So much time has passed. I feel that the plank has gone up in some way. If you do, then do it right. Everything should be in its place, which is quite difficult to achieve. In order for such a game to get the green light, so many things need to successfully converge. But I hope that someday ... "said Lake.

Yes, the specifics in the words of the head of the studio are few, butit is clear that the boss Remedy is interested in reviving the franchise. This is hinted at by the planned series on Alan Wake, as well as the return of the publishing rights to the games of the series. In addition, Remedy has already tried to release a sequel, but the project died at the prototype stage. Then some of the ideas went to Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, but it didn’t come to a full-fledged continuation.

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