‘Alan Wake Remastered’ is now available on the Switch

The remastered version of Alan Wake is available now on Nintendo eShop, just in time for Halloween. It was originally released in October 2021 for Windows, PS4 and PS5, as well as Xbox One and Xbox X|S Switch. Alan Wake Remasteredwith all its DLC, it will cost you $30 / €30 / £25 on the eShop, but it’s currently being sold at a 20 per cent launch discount.

The game is a story-based action-adventure that follows a thriller novelist whose wife disappeared while on vacation in a small town. After witnessing his wife being dragged into the lake by an unknown force, he loses consciousness and only wakes up a week after the incident. Wake then finds a manuscript he appears to have written but cannot remember, with events that came true. Events, such as townspeople being kidnapped or possessed by supernatural forces.

The horror game will only be available as a digital download for the Switch, and the developer informed us that it will not be releasing physical copies for the console. Remedy is also working on a sequel to the game, which will be released in 2023 for PC, Xbox Series X/S and PS5. The developer has yet to reveal its exact plot, but released a teaser late last year that will give you a glimpse of the sequel’s spooky setting.

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