At E3 2018, Remedy Entertainment revealed Control for Xbox One and PC. Control is a supernatural third-person action-adventure that takes place in a universe similar to the one in Quantum Break. After a secretive agency in New York is invaded by an otherworldly threat, you become the new director struggling to regain control. Instead of taking place in a science fiction setting, Control explores mysticism in a modern light.
Recently, DualShockers interviewed Remedy's Mikael Kasurinen about Control and the team's past projects like Alan Wake. Kasurinen said that the developer owned the franchise and wanted to see it return in the future. Alan Wake is regarded by many as a modern cult classic and many gamers have been craving a sequel for years.
So we own... Alan Wake... I just want to say right away that it's very dear to us and close to our hearts. We all love Alan Wake at Remedy and I think all of us want to see a new Alan Wake game. I just want to say that out loud. Unfortunately, I can't speak to it anymore than that. We'll see what happens with Alan Wake next but we all want to see it happen.
Since Microsoft published Alan Wake, it's unclear how that would work for a future game. From what we understand, both of the companies would have to work together on a sequel. Hopefully Microsoft and Remedy can figure it out because it's high time Alan Wake got a next-generation game.
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