Remedy Entertainment, the company behind games like Control and Quantum Break has offered an update on its future titles as part of its latest earnings report.
Among the various titles currently in development, fans are mostly interested to hear more about the Alan Wake sequel, alongside the Control spinoff sequels.
Alan Wake 2 was first announced by Remedy during the 2021 edition of The Game Awards, and the latest earnings briefing confirmed that the game is on track to release next year. With the title currently in full production stage, the developers are encouraged with the progress they are making, with great responses through user testing and feedback from user research.
On the other hand, the studio is also working on two titles based around the Control franchise codenamed Heron and Condor.
When it comes to the latter, Remedy has stated that it’s in the proof-of-concept stage, with the developers working on “designs that ensure a cooperative player experience that fits into the world of Condor.” At the moment, the developers are looking to test out the fun gameplay that will be utilized in the game before it’s moved to the next phase of development.
On the other hand, Heron, which has a higher budget still remains in the concept phase. However, Remedy has confirmed that the team working on the title has slightly grown.
Along with that, the studio is currently working alongside Rockstar Games on the Max Payne 1&2 remake. Finally, Vanguard, a free-to-play co-op multiplayer game that Remedy will publish with Tencent will remain in the proof-of-concept phase, with plans of moving to the next phase of development in 2023.