Alan Wake Remastered Tuju Nintendo Switch

Still in the discussion studio Remedy Entertainment, as usual we will talk about the newest game Alan Wake Remastered. Even though the studio has now announced the latest sequel, they still insist on releasing Alan Wake Remastered to Nintendo Switch devices. So, when will the game be released? Let’s continue the discussion Gamedaim News following.

The Remastered version of Alan Wake was released on October 5, 2021. This series promises visual changes ranging from improved Texture, more Dynamic Shadows, and more realistic lighting. Not only that, they also added a 4K Resolution Support feature for PC and Console users. Meanwhile, they didn’t forget to release the game along with 2 iconic DLC, namely The Signal and The Writer.

Remedy Announces Nintendo Switch Version Of Alan Wake Remastered

According to the information we got through the video celebrating the 12th Anniversary, Sam Lake as the Creative Director of this game officially announced the Nintendo Switch version of Alan Wake Remastered. As you can see, the series will only be released in June. From here, he also provided information that the game would only be available digitally and not a physical version.

In addition to the news of Alan Wake Remastered on Switch, Lake also confirmed that the development of Alan Wake 2, which is scheduled for release next year, is still going well. Unfortunately, he admitted that he could not provide further information this summer. “To make a proper, polished demo or trailer takes a lot of effort, and it can take several months of work that can take up production time,” Lake says in the video.

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In addition, he said that “Remedy is having momentum, and we want to make sure to continue to create the best and be at the forefront of the survival horror game Remedy. Instead, it provides little new footage or visual details of the game.

While waiting, it never hurts to try the previous version. So, Alan Wake Remastered is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch platforms. As usual, PC users can purchase this game exclusively through the Epic Games Store page. How do you think you’re ready to go on another nightmare adventure?

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