Remedy's Control AWE expansion crosses over with Alan Wake, releases on August 27
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What you need to know
- Control is the latest game from Remedy Entertainment that released back in 2019.
- The next expansion, AWE, is crossing over with Alan Wake.
- The AWE expansion is now set to release on August 27.
Remedy's Control is crossing universes with the AWE expansion. During today's PlayStation State of Play, a new trailer revealed that the AWE expansion is set to release on August 27. You can check out the trailer below:
As the name and trailer show, Alan Wake is coming back. Just what role he has to play remains to be seen though. Remedy explained in a blog post that other games may be connected in a kind of "Remedy Connected Universe." We'll have to see just how this plays out.
The AWE expansion is also introducing a grenade launcher mode for the Service Weapon called Surge, which will be useful against new kinds of Hiss. There's also boss rush mode being added through a new altered item.
Remedy previously revealed that Control is coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X, with more details on the enhancements coming at a later date. Remedy's previous expansion for Control is called The Foundation. If you haven't played it yet, you can read our review right here.
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I played Control on PS Now. Sad that it doesn't do cross-save. I was hoping that once Control comes in a GOTY edition version, I could continue playing it on PC.