Alan Wake first launched for Xbox 360 in May 2010, followed by PC in February 2012.
In July 2019, Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment announced that publishing rights to the series were returned to it from original publisher Microsoft.
In March 2020, the developer announced that it signed a deal with Epic Games to publish one AAA game and one smaller scale game for next-generation consoles and PC.
In June 2021, Alan Wake Remastered appeared on EpicData, an Epic Games Store data tracker.
According to Nico Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad, who has regularly shared accurate information yet to be made public, Alan Wake Remastered will be announced next week—which is the same week Sony Interactive Entertainment plans to host PlayStation Showcase 2021, where it will announce new games coming to PlayStation.
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