New Control Expansion Will Help Explain What Happened In Alan Wake
It looks like the 10th anniversary of Alan Wake will also feature some long-anticipated answers for the game. With Remedy Entertainment’s Control having established a shared universe between the two games, it has been revealed that Control’s next expansion, AWE, will answer a few burning questions regarding the Bright Falls incident.
The news comes by way of a recent interview with Game Informer, wherein Remedy’s creative director and writer Sam Lake confirms that we can expect to hear more about the Federal Bureau of Control’s findings regarding the incident. “We have this opportunity of looking back at what happened in Alan Wake and how does the Bureau see it,” said Lake. “Well, there was this otherworldly event that took place in Bright Falls and they suddenly have this terminology.”
We have people that say, ‘I loved Alan Wake but I didn’t quite understand what happened, and now I played Control and I understand what happened in Alan Wake!’”
Lake went on to confirm beyond a shadow of a doubt that the next Control expansion will not only provide answers for Alan Wake fans, but also offer some added insight regarding how the bureau has utilized the information from the incident. “I can say that you will find out more about the Bureau’s research on what happened in Alan Wake and where they are with it today,” he said.
Control’s AWE expansion is slated to release towards the middle of 2020.
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