An upcoming piece of Control DLC will apparently be associated to the Alan Wake universe indirectly.- Advertisement -
So, Remedy launched the DLC roadmap for Control lately, which is already nice information for many who are having fun with one of the extra distinctive and entertaining video games of 2019. The Fall DLC will add a photograph mode to the game. The December 2019 DLC launch, known as Expeditions, will add a “challenging new end-game mode in which Jesse must help Security Chief Arish explore the mysterious Formation and its strange surroundings.” A chunk of DLC set to be launched in early 2020 often called The Foundation stays considerably mysterious, however Remedy guarantees that it’s going to additionally add new end-game content material that options “the greatest challenges that the Oldest House can throw at you.”
However, the piece of DLC that is got everybody’s consideration is not set to reach till mid-2020 and is solely often called AWE. While we additionally do not know a lot about this DLC launch, it is art work options imagery that actually appears like a lot of the first art work for Remedy’s Alan Wake. Even the identify AWE appears to trace at some form of tie-in to the Alan Wake video games.
There are some things to interrupt down right here. First off, we have beforehand talked about how Control options Alan Wake Easter eggs that do extra than simply identify drop a number of of the characters and areas within the game. The Easter eggs counsel that the universes for Control and Alan Wake are deeply entwined. As such, it actually does appear attainable Control would proceed the Alan Wake story indirectly through this upcoming DLC.
In any case, it appears like a given at this level that we’ll obtain an Alan Wake sequel in some unspecified time in the future. Remedy has beforehand hinted that they are eager about making one, they usually even labored to safe the console rights of the franchise. As all the time, the query now’s “When will they launch Alan Wake 2?”
Considering that we known as the unique Alan Wake gaming’s best Stephen King story, we’re actually wanting to expertise extra of the Alan Wake universe nevertheless we are able to get it.
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