A week before Alan Wake 2’s worldwide launch, the developer announced exactly when gamers can start playing.
A week before Alan Wake 2’s worldwide launch, developer Remedy Entertainment announced exactly when gamers can start playing.
There’s a week to go before Alan Wake 2 launches, and developer Remedy Entertainment is sharing exactly when gamers can start playing the anticipated survival horror sequel. Remedy knows fans are anxiously awaiting the release of Alan Wake 2, as it takes place more than a decade after the release of its hit predecessor.
The original Alan Wake attracted gamers with a compelling Stephen King-style story and cinematic action-adventure gameplay. Alan Wake 2 looks to deliver a full-on survival horror experience while hopefully maintaining the aspects of the first game that made it stand out. Early rumors from the outlets that have carried the game have been positive, making fans even more excited about the franchise’s return after 13 years. Now, players want to know when they can get their hands on the game themselves.
Remedy Entertainment has shared an image on social media detailing exactly when Alan Wake 2 will be playable worldwide. Now, gamers know when they can play one of the most anticipated games of the fall. In classic Alan Wake style, Remedy created an infographic that looks like a board with pins and wires connecting different locations.
The fix provided accurate release times for the local time zones of nine major cities: Los Angeles, New York, Sao Paulo, London, Berlin, Helsinki, Tokyo, Sydney, and Auckland. From there, players can calculate when they can join the global launch of Alan Wake 2. For those in North America, it looks like East Coast will be able to start playing at midnight, in when those on the West Coast can begin their horror-filled adventure at 9 p.m. local time. Alan Wake fans hope the series will receive the recognition it deserves after the first game’s release was overshadowed by the larger version, Red Dead Redemption. However, this horror film still achieved some success, winning several “Game of the Year” awards and becoming a cult film.
Once again, previews for Alan Wake 2 were the least promising. Not to mention, the 13-year hiatus allowed Remedy to gain some fans thanks to a spin-off and a remake that admittedly didn’t sell as well as the developer hoped. wait. However, the sequel looks like it’s finally getting its moment when it arrives just in time for Halloween.