Alan Wake dev moving to next-gen

Remedy Entertainment seeking to add as many as 20 staffers in coming months for unannounced project "targeted" for future-generation systems.

Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment is gearing up to work on a next-generation title. The jobs page on the developer's website states the studio is planning to add staffers to work on an unannounced game "targeted at future generation consoles."

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The listing further states that more than 20 new jobs will become available in the coming months at the Espoo, Finland-based developer, with the first wave opening up as soon as next Friday, March 30.

Remedy most recently finished the PC port of Alan Wake and Alan Wake's American Nightmare for Xbox Live Arcade.

Sales of the original Alan Wake across Xbox 360 and PC have reached 2 million to date.

Last month, Remedy CEO Matias Myllyrinne said the studio is not finished with the Alan Wake franchise. He said plans are "in motion" for a new game in the franchise and teased that a future project from the studio would be released digitally.

For more on the most recent Alan Wake title, check out GameSpot's review of Alan Wake's American Nightmare.

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