by: Samuel Moreno | 09-06-21
Alan Wake Remastered aims to be the return of one of Remedy’s most beloved games, authors of titles like Max Payne and more recently Control.
This weekend, I leaked through a Taiwan store, which will be the official boxes matching the PS5, Xbox and PlayStation 4 versions.
Several months ago, the existence of the game was leaked thanks to a database Epic Games Store. Interestingly, both Remedy and Epic have very good working relationships, and they seem to be working on a sequel to Alan Wake.
The arrival of Alan Wake Remastered will mark the start of the game on PlayStation console. Originally, it was initially an Xbox 360 exclusive and later ended up coming to PC – via Steam-.
What improvements will Alan Wake Remastered make?
As mentioned by the portal nintendopal, who claim to have reliable sources, the reworking of Alan Wake will be worked on using the Northlight Engine graphics engine, which was used to develop Control.
On the other hand, in the new generation of consoles and computers, it will support ray tracing. Obviously, in the case of PS4 and Xbox One, it won’t have that option. Instead, Remedy will benefit from setting a high resolution for the game.
Finally, the converter will run at 60 frames per second.
When will Alan Wake Remastered arrive?
As leaked, Alan Wake Remastered will be released on October 5. There are those who suspect that we will have our first announcement during the PlayStation Show on September 9th.