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P7 is not Alan Wake 2, Says Remedy’s Creative Director; Not Ruling Out Possible Sequel

Remedy Entertainment’s Creative Director doesn’t rule out a potential sequel to 2010 thriller.

Over the last 7 year’s fans like myself have been questioning whether or not we’re ever likely to see a follow-up to Remedy Entertainment’s fantastic single player title, Alan Wake. Released in 2010 on Xbox 360, Remedy’s psychological thriller followed the exploits of best-selling writer Alan Wake as the protagonist fights shadowy figures inside the quaint town of Bright Falls.

According to Alan Wake Writer and Creative Director, Sam Lake, a sequel could still happen but reaffirms that it is not Project 7, the studio’s current working title: “P7 is not an Alan Wake 2 – it’s worth saying out aloud,” explains Lake, who recently spoke with Eurogamer.

I would love to do that! We are not making Alan Wake 2 at the moment. We own Alan Wake, I feel there is value in Alan Wake, I would love to do more Alan Wake, but these things, they are more than just creative ideas: there is a business side to it. There are many things that need to click into place to make it possible.”

Alan Wake did receive a follow-up of sorts in 2012 when Remedy developed arcade spin-off, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, but despite Remedy sharing concept footage of Alan Wake 2 that dates all the way back to 2010, Alan Wake still exists without a direct sequel. 

Better known as RzrsS in the video game scene, Stephan Rodts has been playing video games for nearly his entire life. He started out shooting poor ducks out of the sky in Duck Hunt on the Nintendo, but now shoots everything that moves. Be warned.


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