Alan Wake Remastered Leaked With October Release Date (UPDATED)
UPDATE: Alan Wake Remastered is officially confirmed. Remedy Entertainment creative director Sam Lake confirmed the re-release is currently on track to release for PC, as well as current and last-gen consoles later this year.
With the new generation of gaming consoles being somewhat dry for games optimized to perform with the full console’s technical capabilities. As such, one common trend publishers have made has been to re-release and remaster pre-existing games for the new consoles. So many games like Death Stranding and Ghost of Tsushima have found new life on these next-gen consoles. Fans of the Alan Wake series have been hoping to see a new game in the works, and while one is likely coming in a few years, a newly leaked Alan Wake remastered version may help them bide their time.
— Wario64 (@Wario64) September 4, 2021
Twitter user Wario64 has shared their recent findings of a leaked Alan Wake remastered listing on their official Twitter account. Retail site Rakuten Taiwan has listed the remastered version of the game on their site. What is most interesting about the listing is that it shows the game will be released for the current Xbox consoles, as well as the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. This would be unique as it would mark the first time that the Alan Wake series has been brought to PlayStation consoles, as the series is now owned by Microsoft.
The Alan Wake Remastered version according to this listing will launch on October 5th. It is not yet known if the game will offer any additional content not included with the original version, but this would be a nice way for the series to introduce itself to new audiences on PlayStation that it previously had not been able to reach. The series has endeared itself with its fans, and with a supposed sequel on the horizon, this is a great opportunity to re-awaken the franchise.
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