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Two New Remedy Entertainment Games Coming from Unknown Publisher

Control and Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment has signed a take care of an as but unnamed “major publisher.” The deal will see the studio develop two video games, each set in the identical franchise. At the time of writing, Remedy has but to specify which franchise. One of the 2 titles would be the crew’s subsequent multi-platform AAA sport. Meanwhile, the opposite is to function a “smaller-scale project.” Both will launch on next-gen consoles and PC.

Similar to Quantum Break and Control, Remedy’s proprietary Northlight engine will energy the 2 new initiatives. Said video games don’t have anything to do with the studio’s story mode work on Smilegate’s CrossfireX. The two titles in query are additionally separate from the live-service expertise often called Vanguard. That leaves the unannounced third title, which Remedy recently reported was getting into pre-production and “proceeding well.” Remedy plans to unveil extra particulars later at this time in a press launch.

Taking all the above into consideration, Remedy has loads on its plate. Earlier this week, the crew launched Control’s first story growth, The Foundation, on PlayStation four and PC. It’s slated to hit Xbox One this June. And the studio can also be arduous at work on Control’s second story DLC, AWE. This explicit growth will give gamers entry to a brand new location often called the Investigations Sector. It presently lacks a strong launch date, however ought to launch throughout mid-2020. Both growth can be found to buy by way of Control’s Season Pass, which prices $24.99.

Control hit shops cabinets final August, rapidly turning into considerably of a sleeper hit. Every award present in latest months has honored Remedy’s newest to a point, with Control bringing dwelling fairly a number of trophies. In truth, it simply won big at this year’s GDC Awards, incomes three awards. Along with Death Stranding, the title is up for a record-breaking 11 nominations on the 2020 BAFTA Games Awards. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, BAFTA will hold a digital ceremony on April 2nd.

[Source: Remedy Entertainment]

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