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Alan Wake Remastered Screenshots Show Off the Cult Classic’s Glow-Up

Alan Wake Remastered Screenshots Show Off the Cult Classic’s Glow-Up

Amazon UK’s retailer web page briefly confirmed off numerous Alan Wake Remastered screenshots immediately (September 9) alongside its itemizing for the sport.

As noticed by Wario64 and reported by wccftech, an Amazon UK itemizing briefly confirmed off screenshots for the upcoming remaster of Alan Wake in addition to a worth for the sport (£24.99) and its field artwork. Despite the web page lately being taken down, IGN was capable of entry the itemizing and confirm that the screenshots had been proven throughout the retailer web page for a time period.

As displayed in a comparative tweet by @BenjiSales, the screenshots throughout the web site confirmed off some spectacular graphical enhancements to the title, which initially launched for Xbox 360 in 2010.

Further screenshots of the title had been put collectively by Wario64 on Twitter and seem to indicate enhancements to a spread of the sport’s options together with deeper shade tones, fuller foliage and surroundings textures, extra life like gamers fashions, and enhancements to the sport’s tone and lighting. Screenshots of the title’s upcoming field artwork for PlayStation 5 had been additionally captured.

With the Amazon UK web page rapidly being taken down, it’s truthful to say that the screenshots nearly actually should not have been shared in the first place. If that’s to be the case, then this would not be the first leak to have an effect on the sport in current weeks. Remedy and Epic’s reveal of the cult classic’s remaster formally turned public information on September 7. However, solely every week prior, a leak spotted via a Taiwanese retailer itemizing offered hypothesis that the title could be launching in October. While the official reveal didn’t embody a launch date, the beforehand leaked retailer itemizing instructed that the sport would come out on October 5.

For extra on Alan Wake, make certain to take a look at our review of the original game the place we gave the title a 9/10 and mentioned that it did a “nice job of blending components of written work, tv, and video video games to create an expertise filled with scares, laughs, and thrills that is simply as enjoyable to play as it’s to look at.”

Jared Moore is a contract author for IGN. You can observe him on Twitter.


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