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  • Alan Wake 2 tease on Twitter!??

    You never really know, but I have that little feeling that core people at Remedy is having a thought about how and when to bring back Alan Wake...



    They wouldn't mock us just like that, now would they?

  • #2
    I will never give up hope!!

    Father Thor...bless this war.

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    • #3
      I sure hope they do!

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      • #4
        At this point, I'm fairly sure that Alan Wake 2 is a lost cause. Not only has Remedy said that none of the three current projects they're working are related to AW2, but they have also admitted that the Alan Wake IP is a thing of the past.
        Remedy strongly hints Quantum Break or Alan Wake sequels won't happen, discusses the value of owning its IPs and brands
        The "Alan Wake development history" fanatic strikes again!

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        • #5
          I don't know, I'm still hopeful that as long as Remedy is still around, so is the possibility of an Alan Wake 2, as they own the IP. Twitter is still very optimistic about that; I kind of like that, it shows that there's still interest. And personally, I would love for a sequel to happen buuuut the studio tends to make games I love, so anything that they're working on, I'm going to be interested in learning more.

          If Alan Wake 2 was in development, I think the first teaser of it will come from a E3 or Gamescom briefing, or a GameInformer cover. I think it might also be a contractual thing to not announce or tease it beforehand... although news of the music licensing being renewed may pave the way for some sequel-related anticipation from the gaming community. And they would want to renew those before marketing the sequel.
          The Sudden Stop - Remedy Fansite

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          • #6
            Your friendly reminder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4VsUp0geWI
            I am fairly sure, that Alan will return some day. But it might take another couple years...
             
            I've put the Imagination in its Place.

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            • #7
              I think the wait for the sequel has made Remedy's April fools prank much crueler than it was supposed to be...

              I also truly hope that Alan Wake 2 will happen. I just sincerely doubt it will, based on what Remedy has said about the project. First the showcase of the early prototype of a dead project, then announcing that the projects in development to the forseeable future aren't related to Alan Wake, and then a straight up admission that it's probably not gonna happen. I think that's enough evidence that the franchise is dead for good.

              Then again, it could just be a very elaborate plan to stir the emotions in the fanbase and build hype. Who knows.
              The "Alan Wake development history" fanatic strikes again!

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              • #8
                From my personal perspective, if Remedy have put Alan in a box for good then the only thing Remedy can do to remedey the situation is to come up with something even better than Alan Wake, and (again, from my personal perspective and taste) Quantum Brake was not even close.

                Something with coffee, nature, forests, mystery and main characters featuring unknown actor faces. That special Remedy recipe, feeling.

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                • #9
                  I hope to see alan wake 2 asap but if this doesn't happen, i would like to see a new psychological horror thriller from them with a little bit of a lovecraft vibe. Someone can dream.

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                  • #10
                    Most probably Alan Wake 2 can't be done as a fully fledged triple A game with 8 hour gameplay in a single blow. Why not to try to do it in parts?

                    Single part with one hour gameplay (or more if to explore every little bit of it). It wouldn't take too long to develope, plus you could get the price down by a LOT! $9.9 per one part where the whole game would come out in 4 - 6 parts, depending on the demand. Also, it doesn't need to be too mindblowing or anything, just the old good Alan Wake world, but just a bit better would make fans happy

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