Recently, developer Remedy Entertainment posted some details on its website regarding the meeting with investors. As one would expect, Remedy Entertainment discussed its earnings throughout the first quarter of 2022, but the studio also shared many details about its upcoming games. According to the company, they plan to release a total of 4 games between 2023 and 2025.
One of these projects has a tentative form Alan Wake 2, a game that Remedy announced during last year’s Game Awards. Currently, the game has entered “complete production” and the original 2023 release deadline remains steady. Hopefully the studio will achieve that goal without any major hitches in development.
What about other projects?
In addition, Remedy Entertainment also has a remake of the first two seasons Max Payne entries in the works. Sponsored by Rockstar Games, the remake first became known to the public last month, and according to the developers, it has received an “extremely positive” reception from fans. The studio also plans to expand Control IP with two new installments. One of these will act as a multiplayer spin-off, while the other, currently still “in concept stage”, will likely serve as a complete sequel to the original. Control. The last of these is a free-to-play cooperative shooter, codenamed “Vanguard”. News of the project surfaced late last year, and although it has progressed considerably, it is still in the “proof of concept stage”.
Those are a few new games that Remedy Entertainment has in store for the next few years, but those who have counted will notice that I mentioned five projects instead of the four previously mentioned. It seems that from 2023 to 2025, the developers will come up with Alan Wake 2the Max Payne remake, “Vanguard” and Control spin-off. For Control sequel, maybe a few years from now.
https://www.pcinvasion.com/remedy-entertainment-upcoming-games/ Remedy Entertainment plans to release four upcoming games before 2025