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First Epic Games, now Tencent is helping Remedy realize its dreams
Tencent makes a strategic deal to publish Remedy's new online-driven co-operative live service game set in a free-to-play wrapper.
Alan Wake 2 announced, psychological horror-survival coming 2023
It's official: Remedy Entertainment has finally announced Alan Wake 2 set in a new kind of action-based survival horror game.
Alan Wake remastered announced for consoles and PC, is Epic exclusive
After a few leaks, Remedy formally announces Alan Wake Remastered for consoles and PC--but it's an Epic Games Store exclusive.
Control 2, Alan Wake 2 may release by 2025, Remedy hints
Remedy could have two Alan Wake games and a big-budget Control sequel on the market by 2025, as well as a few service games.
Control has continued to sell well in 2021, Remedy says
Control sold pretty well in 2019 and 2020, and Remedy expects 2021 to be another good year for the new franchise's sales.
Control 2 is still in 'very early conceptual phases,' Remedy says
Control 2 will come after Remedy's two Epic-funded projects (believed to be Alan Wake 2 and a spin-off) and is still in planning.
Games earnings calendar: When the biggest companies reveal numbers
Here's when games companies Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, Activision-Blizzard, Take-Two Interactive, Ubisoft, and EA reveal earnings.
Control 2 is in development: Here's everything we know
Control 2 is happening alongside a new multiplayer spin-off, but don't expect the sequel for a long time--it's in pre-production.
Remedy to self-publish and self-finance some future games
Remedy has aspirations to self-publish and self-finance its own games, but not every future title will be self-published.
From Alan Wake to Control: Remedy revenues grew 700% in last 10 years
Remedy reveals astronomical 10-year growth in its latest earnings report, and expects 2021 to be another great year for revenues.
Control team's new AAA project in early pre-production phase
Remedy's Control team is moving on to a new AAA project that's in very early phases of development, won't launch any time soon.
Remedy's new Epic-funded AAA game entering full production
Epic Games is publishing and funding two games at Remedy (one AAA, and both of these projects have entered full production.
Report: Remedy working on 2 Alan Wake games, including AAA sequel
Remedy is working on two games with Epic Games, and reports say a big-budget AAA Alan Wake 2 and a smaller title are in dev.
Remedy: Making games for two different console generations sucks
Remedy gives a brief candid discussion on what it's like developing games for both PS4/Xbox One and the next console gen.
Remedy: Two big new AAA games in dev, Control team leads one project
Remedy working on a bunch of new projects: five games across four teams, including one big AAA game and two shared universe games.
Remedy finishes script draft for new unannounced PS5, Series X game
The storyline for Remedy's big new unannounced AAA game is coming together nicely, and it ties into Alan Wake and Control.
505 Games' Control fiasco heats up after PS4 owners upgraded for free
505 Games could give free access to next-gen versions of Control, but it's far more lucrative to resell the game at $40 instead.
Xbox Series S may not support Xbox One X optimizations
Xbox Series S' 8GB RAM availability for games may limit it to Xbox One S performance for backwards compatible titles, not One X.
Xbox Series S low-end perf could cause problems, Remedy dev says
Xbox Series S' lower-end 4TFLOP GPU and limited 10GB of RAM could cause headaches for game development optimization, Remedy says.
Amazon teams up with biggest FPS dev team in world for new game
Rather than make a new game themselves, Amazon is partnering up with Smilegate, the devs behind the world's biggest FPS.
Control current-gen versions could be natively boosted on PS5, Xbox SX
505 Games promises Control Ultimate Edition will utilize next-gen CPU, GPU, and SSD power for high-end console gaming performance.
Current Control owners won't get free PlayStation 5, Series X upgrade
505 Games and Remedy confirm that Control's free PS5 and Xbox Series X upgrades are exclusive to a new ultimate edition version.
Remedy is creating the Twilight Zone universe of video games
Remedy teases its new ambitious shared universe that connects Alan Wake, Control, and its bizarre new experimental game.
Earnings calendar for EA, Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and more
As developers and publishers start ramping up next-gen PS5 & Xbox Series X projects, earnings calls are more important than ever.
Remedy teases HUGE next-gen PS5, Xbox Series X games
Remedy is working on two new game sames in a fresh IP for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC.
Epic Games' new publishing arm transforms the games industry
Epic Games will use its deep pockets to 100% fund indie projects in its new publishing label.
Control's new Foundation game expansion brings the weirdness
Remedy bakes in some bizarre action-packed chaos in Control's first game expansion.
Alan Wake was originally an episodic game series
If Microsoft had its way, Remedy's Alan Wake IP could've turned into a growing episodic series.
Remedy's next AAA game is in pre-production phases of development
Remedy's next AAA game, which may or may not be Control-related, is currently in pre-production.
Control may come to next-gen PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X consoles
Remedy could release its new game Control on next-gen PS5, Xbox SX platforms with new features like ray tracing and ultra-fast frame rates.
Remedy only gets 45% of Control game sales
For every copy of Control that gets sold, Remedy keeps less than half of the revenues.
PlatinumGames now has total control over its future IPs
PlatinumGames receives a big cash injection from Tencent to start publishing its own games.
Top 10 Games of the Decade
We rank our favorite games in the last 10 years, from Xbox 360 hits all the way to PS4 greats.
How Control helped evolve Remedy's Northlight Engine
Control's development significantly evolved Remedy's Northlight games engine.
CD Projekt RED has no reason to sell to Microsoft
Rumor has it Microsoft wants to buy CD Projekt RED. This won't happen, and here's why.
Control could get a sequel, is selling well as an established new IP
Remedy made one of the best games with a small $33 million budget.
Riot Games to publish third-party League of Legends games
Riot teams up with third-party indie devs to make new League of Legends games.
PS5's SSD may benefit PS4 games the most
Beefier next-gen textures and effects may curb the PS5's blazing-fast speed.
Epic paid $10.4 million for Control exclusivity on PC
Epic Games paid $10.4 million for Control's one-year exclusivity on their storefront.
David Lynch inspired Control's bizarre visuals and surreal overtones
Control takes direct queues from Lynch's otherworldly imagination.
505 GAMES, REMEDY ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCE NEW UPCOMING CONTENT FOR CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED CONTROL
Control's photo mode is coming, but it needs to be here NOW
Control was always begging for a photo mode, and Remedy needs to hurry up.
Alan Wake coming back with new Control expansion
Alan Wake will be resurrected in Control's last major expansion in 2020.
Control FPS drops fixed with new patch, but only on PS4
Remedy rolls out a patch fix for PS4, Xbox One and PC coming later.
Control is slowly getting better on consoles, might improve from 10FPS
Control is getting some improvements for the console version.
Control to get motion blur toggle, HDR still isn't happening
Remedy plans to roll out fixes and new features for Control.
Control runs like BALLS on consoles, drops to as low as 10FPS
Control drops to an unplayable 10FPS on the base Xbox One and PS4 consoles.
Control mods arrive, introduce FOV slider and remove motion blur
Remedy has had Control out for just a few days, with mods already offering FOV slider and motion blur removal.
505 GAMES, REMEDY ENTERTAINMENT'S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED CONTROL LAUNCHES TODAY ON PC, PS4, XBOX ONE
NVIDIA's new GeForce Game Ready 436.15 drivers optimized for Control
GeForce gamers will want to grab the new Control-optimized Game Ready 436.15 WHQL drivers.