Quantum Break, Alan Wake Dev Working on New Game - Report

What would you like to see Remedy make next?


It looks like Quantum Break and Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment is deep into development on an unannounced new game. Online resumes for two Remedy developers claim work has been underway on the project since August 2015, suggesting the title has been in the works for almost nine months.

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Gamer Center Online and VideoGamer.com spotted the LinkedIn profiles, which are for the game's lead design and executive producer. No further details about the game are mentioned in the profiles.

Remedy, which is based in Helsinki, Finland, has stated time and again that it is open to the idea of returning to the Alan Wake franchise. Additionally, creative director Sam Lake recently teased that a future Remedy title might include multiplayer; the studio's games have historically been single-player only.

Earlier this month, Lake said Remedy has "all kinds of ideas floating around" for future games, some of which involve multiplayer functionality.

"Certainly there are discussions about multiplayer," he said at the time. "There are discussions about all kinds of ideas. We want to evolve with the times as well; try out new things that push ourselves, and always come back and question, 'What is a Remedy game and how can we evolve it into something even cooler?'"

Quantum Break, Remedy's latest game, was released on April 5 for Xbox One and PC.

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