Alan Wake Is Being Removed From Digital Stores On 15 May Due To Expiration Of Music Licence
Alan Wake is one of the most beloved video games in the games industry and fans have been waiting for a sequel to the game for years. While we might not get to see Alan Wake 2 being developed but it seems that soon we will lose Alan Wake from the digital stores.
Remedy Entertainment has announced through their Twitter account that Alan Wake will be on sale starting tomorrow and will be available for 90% off on Steam. However, this sale will last for approximately 48 hours as after that not only the sale will end but the game will be removed from all digital stores due to the music license expiring.
It is important to note that once you have purchased the game it will remain in your library after the game is removed from digital stores but you won’t be able to purchase it digitally after that.
Remedy Entertainment is currently working on two games, Crossfire 2 and another game codenamed P7. Remedy has announced that next game, P7, will be a multiplatform title and soon after the reveal many speculated that the studio might be developing Alan Wake 2.
However, Remedy Entertainment has clarified that the upcoming P7 is not Alan Wake 2. While replying to a fan on Twitter Remedy Entertainment said that while they would love to share details about the sequel but for now their focus is Crossfire 2 and P7.
For those who don’t know about Crossfire 2, it is a tactical shooter in development at Smilegate and Remedy is co-developing singleplayer for Crossfire 2.
No gameplay details have been revealed for CrossFire 2, but Smilegate hopes that new technology, game modes, and storytelling will make CrossFire 2 a popular shooter not only for the Asian market but also in the rest of the world.