Fans have long been eager to meet again with the famous Allen Wake play by Ramdi Studio. Rumors of the development and release of the Alan Wake remake are now more prominent than ever, and we will likely see it introduced very soon.
They were able to find hints of Alan Wake Remastered. Exactly when the files related to the PC version of Final Fantasy 7 were seen in the Epic Games Store. Now, at one of the Taiwanese retail sites, a remake of Allen Wick has been seen for various consoles. According to these observations, the release date of the game is also scheduled for October 5, 1400 (October 5).
Interestingly, Daniel Ahmed, a game industry analyst, reacted to this news on his Twitter page. Alan Wake remake will be unveiled this week. Although he did not elaborate on how the work will be unveiled, since Sony will be hosting an event this week, we can quite expect the Alan Wake remake to be unveiled at the Sony event.
Although the introduction of this game at the Sony event is merely speculation, it can be very interesting in its own right. As you know, Alan Wake was released exclusively for the Xbox console in 2010 and 2 years later for personal computers, and later in 2019, Ramdy Studios bought the copyright to the work from Microsoft. The situation is now such that it is likely that the unveiling of the Alan Wake remake will take place at Sony's new event.
Although nothing has been officially confirmed, there is so much evidence that we can confirm the early introduction of this work. Of course, Ramdi had not completely forgotten Alan Wake during these years. Some time ago, we also saw Alan Wick in one of the add-on packages to the character control game. They will be a smaller project. At the time, fans speculated that the smaller project was somehow related to the revival of the Alan Wake game. Of course, we do not know if Ramdi plans for Alan Wick will end up with just this remake, or if they see this as a prelude to a secret sequel. Of course, there are rumors that the development of a possible Alan Wake sequel has entered the main phase of its development, which is quite consistent with the news of the reconstruction of Alan Wake 1. Some time later, Ramdi announced that two more games are in development in the control game world, one of which we know is going to be a four-player co-op side game.
We'll have to wait and see if the remake What will Alan Wake look like, and what improvements has Ramdy made to improve the main effect? According to Daniel Ahmed, we do not need to wait long to get our answer.
Source: Rock Paper Shotgun