Alan Wake 2 gets developer update and new concept art; The Alan Wake TV series is coming to AMC

The Alan Wake series turns 12 this week, and to celebrate, Remedy Entertainment has released a new video updating fans on all things Wake, including the upcoming sequel, TV series, and more. You can check it out for yourself, below.

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As for Alan Wake 2, it’s a bit of good news, bad news. According to creative director Sam Lake, development on Alan Wake 2 is going well, but we won’t be seeing any new trailers or gameplay this summer. Remedy has dropped off a few new pieces of concept art though, which you can check out in the gallery below (click images for full resolution).

Everything with the development of Alan Wake 2 is going very well. We’re in full production, have lots of hardware, and a lot of the game is playable, but we’ve been talking for two months and have made the decision here at Remedy, with our wonderful publisher Epic Games, that we won’t be showing anything big this summer. .

Creating a proper and neat demo or trailer takes a lot of effort, and it’s several months of work that could fall behind development. We feel we have momentum and we want to make sure that we create the best and first survival horror game for Remedy. We don’t want to distract the team from that goal, so we’ll keep going and create a great gaming experience, and unfortunately you’ll have to wait a bit longer for a demo and trailer.

In other news, the previously announced Alan Wake TV series is officially teaming up with AMC, the network behind acclaimed hits like The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Better Call Saul. Oh, and those who want thrills on the go, Alan Wake Remastered is coming to Nintendo Switch this fall.

Alan Wake 2 is coming to PC, Xbox Series X/S and PS5 in 2023.

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