Remedy Is Developing A New Game Set In Control And Alan Wake's Universe

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Remedy Entertainment has revealed that it is working on a new game that is set in the same world as Alan Wake and Control.

Last week, PlayStation's State of Play confirmed that Control is getting an Alan Wake expansion. Recently, however, Remedy Entertainment has revealed that it has bigger visions where it has looked to connect the games that it develops. Remedy is setting up a new universe for these games, which the studio calls "the Remedy Connected Universe." The universe is beginning with the connection between Control and Alan Wake, but Remedy's creative director Sam Lake has confirmed that the studio is also working on a new game that is set in the same universe.

"What took place in 2010 in Alan Wake is one of the cases that the Federal Bureau of Control has been investigating," the official blog post for Control's Altered World Events states. "The AWE expansion is the first official Remedy Connected Universe crossover event, bringing more Alan Wake lore into Control. And this is still just a humble beginning. We're already hard at work on a future Remedy game that also takes place in this same universe."

In Control's Alan Wake expansion, Jesse Faden will be tasked to explore and investigate the Oldest House. She has to learn about the paranatural occurrences that took place in the residence. The Altered World Events DLC can be accessed after completing the seventh mission in the campaign. At this point in the game, you will be visiting the Investigations Sector and encounter a devilish figure, leading to further investigations.

Now, you'll have to play the DLC to discover whether or not it reveals the vanishing of Alan Wake. In my opinion, it would be interesting to look at the events from an investigatory point of view. Luckily, we don't have to wait a lot longer to play the Altered World Events DLC. The expansion is launching for Control on August 27 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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