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  • Computer-drawn graphics of a woman standing in the midst of ruins.

    Remedy cancels its multiplayer game project with Tencent

    by 
    Mariella Moon
    Mariella Moon
    05.08.2024

    Remedy's and Tencent's gaming project hit a snag last year when they had to go in a different direction. Now, that project has been cancelled completely.

  • Alan Wake sitting at a typewriter.

    Alan Wake 2 is Remedy's fastest-selling game ever

    by 
    Sarah Fielding
    Sarah Fielding
    02.16.2024

    Alan Wake 2 sold 2.3 million copies in its first four months, making it Remedy's fastest selling game.

  • On the left, Remedy Entertainment’s logo, featuring a slightly offset "R" outlined in red in front of a dark forest. On the right, Rockstar Games’ logo, an R with a star attached to it in a yellow square with rounded corners.

    Take-Two’s lawyers think Remedy’s new R logo is too similar to Rockstar’s R logo

    by 
    Will Shanklin
    Will Shanklin
    01.16.2024

    Take-Two Interactive is opposing Remedy Entertainment’s newest logo. Take-Two’s legal team believes the symbol infringes on Rockstar Games’ logo despite the two having little in common besides the letter “R” representing a video game publisher.

  • Alan Wake sitting at a typewriter.

    Alan Wake 2 to dispatch a new game plus mode on December 11

    by 
    Lawrence Bonk
    Lawrence Bonk
    12.08.2023

    Remedy’s Alan Wake 2 is getting a new game plus mode, complete with an updated ending. There’s also plenty of new lore, charms and, of course, a ramp up in enemy difficulty.

  • The red "R" Remedy entertainment logo superimposed over an image of a gloomy forest.

    Remedy scraps plans for a free-to-play multiplayer game

    by 
    Kris Holt
    Kris Holt
    11.13.2023

    Remedy and Tencent are no longer making a free-to-play multiplayer game. Tthey're retooling the project as a premium co-op game.

  • A person wearing an FBI jacket is shown from behind in the middle of a main street in a gloomy, deserted town.

    'Alan Wake II' delayed by 10 days, will arrive on October 27th

    by 
    Kris Holt
    Kris Holt
    08.17.2023

    Alan Wake II is moving back by 10 days to October 27th, bringing it a little closer to Halloween. "October is an amazing month for game launches and we hope this date shift gives more space for everyone to enjoy their favorite games," developer Remedy Entertainment and publisher Epic Games said.

  • A character wearing an FBI-branded jacket is shown from behind in front of a gloomy, deserted general store. Tall trees surround the area.

    'Alan Wake II' gameplay shows newcomer Saga battling a resurrected murder victim

    by 
    Kris Holt
    Kris Holt
    06.08.2023

    'Alan Wake II' is finally happening, as the long-awaited sequel is set to arrive in October. Remedy creative director Sam Lake made an appearance at Summer Game Fest to reveal more details and show off some new gameplay.

  • Alan Wake II

    'Alan Wake II' will drop on October 17th for Xbox Series X, PS5 and PC

    by 
    Jessica Conditt
    Jessica Conditt
    05.24.2023

    Alan Wake II, the sequel to Remedy Entertainment's 2010 cult hit, is scheduled to come out on October 17th, 2023 for Xbox Series X and S, PlayStation 5 and PC.

  • Using powers in 'Control'

    Remedy confirms 'Control 2' is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC

    by 
    Jon Fingas
    Jon Fingas
    11.11.2022

    Remedy and 505 Games have confirmed that they're working on 'Control 2.'

  • 'Alan Wake' for PC

    Listings hint an 'Alan Wake' remaster is coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X in October

    by 
    Jon Fingas
    Jon Fingas
    09.04.2021

    Retail listings suggest an 'Alan Wake' remaster is launching on PlayStation and Xbox consoles in October, including the PS5 and Series X.

  • A screenshot from the game control which depicts several characters floating in mid-air

    'Control: Ultimate Edition' headlines February's batch of PS Plus freebies

    by 
    Kris Holt
    Kris Holt
    01.27.2021

    The messy next-gen upgrade saga just took another twist.

  • Control

    ‘Control’ next-gen upgrade brings 60FPS mode and more in February

    by 
    Nick Summers
    Nick Summers
    12.18.2020

    Today, the developer announced that Control: Ultimate Edition will be available digitally on next-gen hardware from February 2nd, 2021. Ultimate Edition was released last August for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. In a tweet, Remedy explained that the next-gen version of Ultimate Edition will offer two modes: Performance and Graphics.

  • Control

    Only the new 'Control Ultimate Edition' will get next-gen upgrades

    by 
    Nick Summers
    Nick Summers
    08.12.2020

    Remedy is preparing an 'Ultimate' version of Control that includes the frankly-brilliant main game, post-launch patches and season pass expansions. The $40 package will be available on Steam -- meaning the title is no longer an Epic Games Store exclusive on PC -- PS4 and Xbox One. "The free upgrade path to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 version of Control is only available for Control Ultimate Edition," publisher 505 Games confirmed in a blog post.

  • Remedy

    ‘Control’ DLC trailer teases the return of an old Remedy hero

    by 
    Mariella Moon
    Mariella Moon
    08.07.2020

    Remedy’s next big Control expansion is coming out on August 27th, and the developer has released a trailer to give you a glimpse of what you can expect. In the expansion, Control’s protagonist Jesse Faden has to go after a mysterious being that’s been haunting the sealed Investigations Sector — the sector where the Federal Bureau of Control used to investigate AWE cases from until things went awry. To defeat the being, Faden has to explore those AWE cases, including one from the town of Bright Falls where Remedy’s older Alan Wake games for Windows and Xbox are set.

  • Remedy Entertainment

    Remedy's mind-melting 'Control' gets a major expansion this month

    by 
    Nick Summers
    Nick Summers
    03.13.2020

    If you've completed Remedy's award-winning Control, fear not: more content is on the way. The Finnish game developer has dropped a 20-second teaser for The Foundation, a paid update to its trippy third-person shooter that revolves around Jesse, some possessed enemies called the Hiss, and a forever-creepy building called the Oldest House. At the end, a title card reveals the all-important release date: March 26th. We know very little about the upcoming DLC, other than what Remedy published in a brief blog post six months ago: "At the request of the ever-mysterious Board, Jesse must explore what lies beneath the Bureau as she returns order to the Foundation and the Oldest House itself." Intrigued? So are we.

  • 'Control' will let you photograph its beautiful Brutalist setting

    by 
    Kris Holt
    Kris Holt
    10.15.2019

    Remedy Entertainment's Control quickly found a fanbase thanks in part to its strikingly eerie design. One of the most-requested features from players is a photo mode to help them capture the Oldest House's shifting Brutalist architecture in their own way. They won't have to wait too much longer for it, as the feature will arrive October 16th. Remedy previously said it'd be available in the fall.

  • Remedy/505 Games

    'Control' DLC hints at an 'Alan Wake' tie-in

    by 
    Jon Fingas
    Jon Fingas
    09.11.2019

    Remedy's game worlds might collide in a very conspicuous way. The studio has shared a roadmap for Control's downloadable content through 2020, and a second paid expansion (AWE) due in mid-2020 hints at a not-so-subtle crossover between Jesse's adventures and those of Alan Wake. Officially, the company has only said the DLC will have Jesse exploring a new Investigations Sector of the Oldest House that explores Altered World Events (hence the title), but there are multiple hints of a connection. Be careful: spoilers are ahead.

  • 'Control' - Remedy Entertainment

    Remedy's latest trailer for 'Control' digs into the supernatural shooter's story

    by 
    Richard Lawler
    Richard Lawler
    07.31.2019

    At E3 for each of the last two years we've seen previews of Remedy Entertainment's supernatural action game Control, and on August 27th, players will be able to experience its world for themselves on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. You should read through our impressions after an hour-long demo in June to understand what it's like to pick up The Director's gun and attempt to make your way through "The Oldest House" -- a government agency headquarters that has come under attack by a supernatural force.

  • Remedy Entertainment

    'Alan Wake' developer may bring the cult classic to more consoles

    by 
    Kris Holt
    Kris Holt
    07.01.2019

    Alan Wake might make its way to PS4 or Switch (or even mobile) after developer Remedy Entertainment snagged back the publishing rights to the 2010 cult classic from Microsoft. It told investors it would earn royalty payments of about 2.5 million euros this year for its previously released games, and, in a related move, it regained the rights to Alan Wake.

  • What to expect at E3 2019

    by 
    Engadget
    Engadget
    05.31.2019

    We're barely a week away from the start of E3 2019 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in California! This year's event may be missing one of its stalwarts now that Sony has announced that it will not have a presence but there will be news aplenty from the show floor. Let's take a look at some of the anticipated high points.