Thursday, October 26, 2023

‘Alan Wake II’ Launch Trailer Prepares Fans for the Return; New Game+ Mode Teased Post-launch [Watch]

It’s been over a decade since we first met Alan Wake, and now fans are about to return to Bright Falls with the sequel in Alan Wake II. To prepare fans, Remedy has released the launch trailer for Alan Wake II, as well as dropped some last minute news regarding the New Game+ mode, which will arrive after the game’s launch.

The trailer kicks off with a bang, as we’re greeted with the news that a string of ritualistic murders have been occurring in Bright Falls, Washington. We’re introduced to FBI Saga Anderson (voiced by Melanie Liburd), who has arrived in the town to investigate. At the same time, Alan Wake (voiced by Matthew Porretta) has his own troubles. Trapped in a nightmare beyond our world, Wake writes a dark story in an attempt to shape the reality around him and escape his prison. Anderson and Wake are two heroes on two desperate journeys in two separate realities, connected at heart in ways neither of them can understand.

To tease what’s to come for Alan Wake II, Remedy took to X yesterday with news that the game will be getting post-launch content in the form of a New Game+ mode. While the exact release of the mode is “TBD”, Remedy did reveal that the mode will allow players to retain all unlocked weapons and upgrades. As well, there will be a new Nightmare difficulty level, and a new alternative narrative, including new Manuscript pages and new video content.

Alan Wake II is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC via the Epic Games Store on October 27. Keep an eye out for our review. And hey, while you wait, check out the Alan Wake: Flashback content in Fortnite.

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