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Alan Wake Remastered Release Date Leaked Ahead of Announcement Next Week

The horror title Alan Wake Remastered release date has been leaked online. It will be announced next week.

Alan Wake Remastered release date has been leaked on various Taiwanese retailer websites. The analyst Daniel Ahmad even claims that we should see the announcement next week, most probably at PlayStation Showcase 2021.

Alan Wake Remastered Release Date Leaked

Alan Wake Remastered Release Date

Alan Wake is one of those games with a lot of rumors these days. Some time ago, there was a talk about remastering the brand, and other times about working on a sequel. This time, however, very interesting and reliable reports were released for the title.

The retailer Rakuten Taiwan has shared information about the production called Alan Wake Remastered and it seems that this title will release on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Xbox Series X/S, with a launch that could take place on October 5, 2021.

Unsurprisingly, Daniel Ahmad, who works as an analyst for Nico Partners, suggested via his Twitter account that the presentation of the remastered version of this game from 2012 may take place next week.

It is worth mentioning that on September 9 at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET there will be a stream of PlayStation Showcase 2021. Is it possible that Sony might announce Alan Wake Remastered at the same event? Everything indicates the same.

Alan Wake premiered in 2012. Then the title of Remedy Entertainment studio was also released on PC and Xbox 360. In July 2019, the developers announced that they had regained the rights to this brand from Microsoft. Over the past two years, there have been several other rumors, such as the agreement between Remedy and Epic Games in March 2020.

In June, the game was previously leaked via the Epic Games Store database. Then a title called with the codename Heron was added to the store, with the name Alan Wake Remastered in the metadata.

In 2020, Remedy Entertainment bought back the rights to the thriller franchise from Microsoft. It is currently working on five different games, which may include a sequel to Alan Wake.