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Alan Wake 2 Coming To Consoles and PC On October 17th

During Sony’s PlayStation showcase event earlier today, Remedy Entertainment and Epic Games released a new gameplay trailer for Alan Wake 2 and announced a worldwide release date of October 17th, 2023 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via the Epic Games store. The trailer is included above while more details on the highly anticipated psychological thriller are listed below.

Alan Wake 2 is an intense story and a layered mystery that takes players on two disturbing journeys, running in parallel and echoing each other in strange and unexpected ways,” said Sam Lake, Creative Director and Lead Writer of Alan Wake 2. “A newcomer to Alan Wake’s world, FBI Agent Saga Anderson’s investigation offers players a unique lens into this survival horror experience.”

Alan Wake 2 pushes players into a psychological horror story from the perspective of two playable characters. Saga Anderson risks her life to solve a deadly mystery of murders in the Pacific Northwest while Alan Wake attempts to rewrite his reality to escape the depths of the Dark Place, a nightmare version of New York City.

Taking full advantage of the power of current consoles and PC, and driven by Remedy Entertainment’s proprietary Northlight engine, players will take on powerful supernatural enemies in desperate situations filled with intense suspense and unexpected twists. Anderson and Wake are two heroes on two desperate journeys in two separate realities, connected at heart in ways neither of them can understand.

The trailer above introduces Saga Anderson (played by Melanie Liburd), an accomplished FBI agent with a reputation for solving impossible cases, who arrives to investigate murders in the small town community of Bright Falls in the Pacific Northwest. Anderson’s case spirals into a nightmare when she discovers pages of a horror story that starts to come true and questions how it may be connected to missing writer Alan Wake, whose own dark story eerily mirrors her own.

Alan Wake 2 pre-orders are open now across PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. Stay tuned for more details on the troubled author’s story in the weeks and months ahead.

Are any of you planning on picking up this game later this year? Please feel free to let us know in the comments section below.

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