and Alan Wake. Remedy released the news along with the latest trailer for Control’s latest expansion, AWE, which features a crossover of these two properties in the form of the Federal Control Bureau investigating what happened. in 2010 at Alan Wake.
This is the first “official Remedy Connected Universe crossover event”, but it will not be the last and only a “humble beginning”. Remedy did not provide further details on whether the game would be a Control game or Alan Wake, or something completely different, and only teased that they would be connected in some form.Control’s AWE Expansion will be released on August 27, 2020, and the brand new footage has been revealed at Sony’s latest State of Play. Alan Wake has been mentioned a few times in Control, but this new story will focus more on Wake.
Earlier this year, Epic Games confirmed it would release the next two Remedy games, one of which is “pre-produced AAA cross-platform game”, and the other as “a new project. Smaller tissues are set up in the same franchise. ” This news further confirms that one or both of these games will be part of this Remedy Universe.
Control – Screenshot AWE DLC
Control was awarded IGN’s Game of the Year in 2019, and in our review we say, “Control is set in an incredibly paranormal world that I can’t help but explore. Jesse’s flexible psychic skills and primary weaponry make for thrilling long-range battles.And thanks to a massive supporting cast, a well-written script, and lots of engaging trails, I’m done. fully enjoy your adventure through the changing rooms of Oldest House. “
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