In news that I imagine doesn't shock anyone, Remedy announced today that Alan Wake would finally find its way onto PC; and because Remedy loves PC gamers, you can expect all the polish of their previous PC titles like Death Rally and Max Payne 1 & 2. Even better is the fact that it includes The Signal and The Writer - otherwise known as the premium DLC Xboxers had to pay for. PC Alan Wake hits stores (or where ever PC gamers buy games now) in early 2012.
Remedy Entertainment is proud to announce the PC release of Alan Wake. Coming in early 2012, the game will give PC gamers the Alan Wake experience they have been patiently waiting for. Remedy is a developer with deep roots in the PC space (Death Rally and Max Payne 1 and 2), so the game will have the high resolution polish that longtime fans will expect.
The PC version of the game will also include The Signal and The Writer downloadable content.
Alan Wake tells the story of a best-selling writer suffering from writer’s block. He goes on vacation to the small town of Bright Falls with his wife, Alice, to gain back his creative flow. Shortly upon arrival, Wake finds himself trapped in a nightmare when his wife mysteriously goes missing. He keeps finding pages of a manuscript he apparently wrote, but can’t remember writing. The manuscript is coming true. An involving psychological action thriller, Alan Wake raises the bar in storytelling and creating a suspenseful cinematic experience.
Release window sound familiar? That’s because Alan Wake’s American Nightmare for Xbox Live Arcade will also be available in the first quarter of 2012! For more information and updates, please visit Facebook www.facebook.com/alanwake
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