Alan Wake and Quantum Break Dev Providing Studio Update Soon
What's next for Remedy Entertainment?
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Head of communications Thomas Puha said on Twitter (via DualShockers) that he's preparing a blog post that will discuss the studio's status that he'll share soon. In another tweet, Puha said you shouldn't expect formal game reveals until later. "Just [a] short update, no reveal or nothing like that, just a studio update kind of thing," he said.
I am planning to do a blog post on our site with a short update on both of our projects before the end of the year.— Thomas Puha (@RiotRMD) December 9, 2016
We wont reveal either game until closer to launch. a dilemma, you want people to know what we working on (helps hiting) but quiet is good.— Thomas Puha (@RiotRMD) December 9, 2016
Remedy has been teasing new projects for a while. In August, the developer confirmed that, in addition to working with Korean developer Smilegate on the campaign for CrossFire 2, the studio has a secretive project in the works.
This game is said to be in the conceptual stage and is "pretty far off." That said, there is already a prototype and Remedy is shopping it around to publishers. The Finnish studio worked most recently with Microsoft on the time-bending action game Quantum Break.
In September this year, Remedy confirmed that it had started making multiplayer games.
"We want to challenge ourselves to find ways to also expand these elements to include cooperative multiplayer," the studio said about its new efforts. "We will always strive to be the best storytellers we possibly can, and we want these stories to be shared and elevated through players' cooperation. We believe that a multiplayer experience combined with Remedy's unique world-building provides an exceptional environment for that."
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