Back in November 2017, we reported that Remedy’s Alan Wake was being removed from the Xbox and Steam stores due to an issue with the music licensing. To drive new sales before the game’s removal, Remedy offered 90% off the game in a final sale on Steam. Nearly a year later, Remedy has now announced […]
According to new reports, Alan Wake will soon disappear from Xbox, Steam stores due to a music licensing issue.
While Remedy Entertainment previously revealed that it was currently working on two new games, the game studio published today a mysterious seconds teaser featuring Creative Director Sam Lake in various settings.
Microsoft Studios and Remedy Entertainment have expanded Quantum Break’s reach and have announced that the title will be coming to PC gamers via Steam next month.
Two Remedy executives have revealed in an interview with Polygon that the Finnish gaming studio is currently working on two new AAA games, with one of them being a completely new IP.
Sam Lake, chief writer on Quantum Break, opens up about the extended development cycle of Quantum Break and how it played into the game’s expansion from the console to TV.