The PlayStation showcase came and went, introducing us to Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Spider-Man 2, and the upcoming Alan Wake 2. The sequel to the cult classic, viewers got a better look at the gameplay with a new trailer. Gloomy surroundings and impressive lighting. On the other hand, its developers have been bullish about the game, revealing what we were seeing.
Remedy’s director of communications, Thomas Puha, revealed on Twitter that the Alan Wake 2 trailer, shown at the PlayStation Showcase, “works 100 percent on the PlayStation 5.” Puha wanted to point this out for some reason, perhaps to emphasize that this is a current generation game that doesn’t allow any compromises. “We said we were going to push the graphics of this game from the ground up in 2021,” he continued.
Remedy are unabashedly proud of their upcoming games, with Puha saying he believes the team will play “the best game in 2023”, which is no small bragging. To say that Alan Wake 2 will be the most visually impressive game of the year is to say that Horizon Forbidden West Burning Shores, Resident Evil 4, Atomic Heart, and Final Fantasy 16 and Spider-Man 2. Already one of the better looking companies.
But Alan Wake and Remedy seems to have some die-hard fans, most notably Mike Ybarra, president of Blizzard Entertainment. answered Puha tweeted, “Can’t wait to play this! Congratulations!” In the past, we have also found that Remedy is very satisfied with the quality of their products internally.
“Alan Wake 2 is on its way to being a great game, and everyone at Remedy is excited,” Remedy said in a business document shared last month. The document also revealed details about the remakes of Control 2 and Max Payne 1+2.
However, the launch of Alan Wake 2 has been accompanied by some controversy. Shortly after the PlayStation Showcase, Remedy revealed that Alan Wake 2 will be releasing digital-only on both his PC and consoles. The reason for this is to ensure that the game is sold at a low price, apparently because most players won’t buy the physical version. copy already. Remedy pointed to digital-only versions of the PS5 and Xbox Series S.
“It’s not uncommon for modern games to be released as digital-only,” the FAQ notes. “Second, by not releasing a disc, we are able to keep the price of the game at $59.99 / €59.99, and $49.99 / €49.99 for the PC version.” The edition will also cost $10 more than the PC version. No reason was given. As such, Alan Wake 2 is expected to be digital-only for the foreseeable future, with the game coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on October 17th.
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