Alan Wake Remastered is also heading to the Nintendo Switch after it was rated for the platform by a Brazillian company.
As reported by the web site switch-brasil.com and shared on Resetera, it seems that a Brazillian video games company has filed a score for Alan Wake Remastered, Remedy’s update to its 2010 mystery-thriller.
International score boards have leaked a number of, if not tons of of video games previously, although you’ll be able to nonetheless take this with a grain of salt. Alan Wake Remastered was beforehand introduced for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Playstation 4, and Xbox Series X|S, so the inclusion of Switch within the Brazillian score is new.
It’s unclear precisely whether or not this will probably be a full launch on the Switch or a cloud model of the sport. While porting studios have completed wonders previously to natively port video games like Doom to the Switch, different main video games like Resident Evil 7 had been delivered to Switch gamers through a cloud streaming service.
On different methods, Alan Wake Remastered will provide choices to run the sport at 60fps and 4K for suitable platforms. The Remaster may even remove the real-life product placement ads in favor of fictional manufacturers from the universe.
Other than that, will probably be a true remaster of the unique sport. Though talking with Axios, Remedy teased that followers will need to “positively concentrate by taking part in the remaster,” for any tweaks that may join Alan Wake to different Remedy video games.
Epic and Remedy have additionally agreed to companion on a second, unannounced sport that some are speculating is a sequel. But we’ll have to attend and see.
Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s News Editor. You can attain him @lawoftd.