Remedy Entertainment released their Financial Statements for 2022. However, gamers are undoubtedly more interested in the titles the company’s CEO touched on in the text. Most notably, Tero Virtala said that Remedy’s Alan Wake 2 is currently playable from start to finish. It does not have a release date yet, but it is excellent news for survival horror fans after a decade of waiting. Alan Wake 2 should launch in 2023 only on Epic.
In the Financial Statement, the CEO talks about the highs and lows of 2022 and stresses that they are expecting the year 2023 to end up in the red. They mainly plan to invest in the future. Still, the studio has high hopes for their upcoming titles, especially Alan Wake 2. The remaster of Alan Wake was not commercially successful, but Tero Virtala counts that once they announce Alan Wake 2’s release date, it will boost the sales of the remaster.
Other Games to Look Forward To
Besides talking about the playable state of Alan Wake 2, Remedy also spoke of Control 2. The game should expand on what Control introduced. They are working on it alongside 505 Games and have finished detailed concepts of the action-adventure title. With 505 Games, Remedy is also creating a game coded named Condor that should be service-based. Codename Vanguard is another project in development, yet the CEO did not give any details.
Remedy Entertainment agreed to develop remakes of Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne together with Rockstar Games in 2022. Currently, the project is in the concept stage, and the CEO is happy about it, given he plans to release one big game each year, starting with Alan Wake 2 in 2023. He has always strived to have several games, including remakes or remasters, in development.
SOURCE: Remedy Entertainment Plc: Games roadmap fortified for future growth