Cure Entertainment's most recent investor report uncovered its AAA game undertaking with Epic Games has moved into "full production," and it is rumored the future title will be an Alan Wake sequel. A while back, the two gaming organizations reported they were collaborating to deliver the following portions of Remedy's Control-shared universe.
The universes of Alan Wake and Control formally impacted together with the last game's second DLC development, AWE. Prior to its delivery, the Alan Wake easter eggs dispersed all through Control were thought to be simple references to the dearest activity experience game. Be that as it may, AWE's story brings Control players to Bright Falls – the setting for the occasions in Alan Wake. Therefore, the account in AWE further engages the possibility that an Alan Wake sequel could be a result of the organization among Remedy and Epic Games. The previous had effectively affirmed it wanted to make more Control and Alan Wake games before yet hadn't gave more data on what that would involve. To add to such tales, industry insider Jeff Grubb took to Twitch in March to say Epic Games greenlit an Alan Wake sequel, and that it ought to be somewhere around one of the two being developed titles.
Notwithstanding, Remedy's last investor report (through Eurogamer) affirms that its "AAA game undertaking with Epic Games has moved into full production, and a second, more limited size game remaining parts in full production mode." It ceased from disclosing a particular title or assigned franchise for these tasks. All things being equal, hypothesis and tales highlight the AAA game possibly being an Alan Wake sequel. The first Alan Wake was delivered longer than 10 years prior, so there has been a very sizable amount of time to construct expectation that there could be a development eventually.
A similar investor report affirmed that Control's "greater spending plan" sequel is in its "initial origination stage," and this was a different detail from the data on the two Epic Games collective tasks. Accordingly, it's presumably protected to say that the "AAA game venture" won't be a Control title. Utilizing a course of disposal, there are not many different potential outcomes other than an Alan Wake sequel - that is, except if the organization creates a completely new game. Cure and Epic Games should be the ones to affirm these bits of gossip eventually, however the investor report basically uncovered that a great deal is coming from Remedy and its partners later on.
Given what amount of time it requires for games to go through the advancement interaction, the genuine character of the Remedy/Epic AAA game venture probably won't be uncovered for some time. The individuals who are interested should keep hypothesizing. In any case, the Control universe is being integrated all the more intimately with each new portion and update. So, it's probable Alan Wake fans will have a superior thought of what's in store soon.