Unfortunately, a release date hasn’t been given, but the good news is that it will be a full digital release, running natively on Nintendo Switch.
In other Alan Wake news, it was confirmed that a TV show is in development at AMC (The Walking Dead), but that’s still set to be a while away.
We gave Alan Wake remastered an 8.5/10 and said: Alan Wake Remastered is a prime example of if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. The story, and the way it’s told is truly timeless, and it’s a game that everyone should experience. Some of its design might be stuck in the past, but none of it ever feels detrimental to the overall experience, and the visual facelift just makes the experience that much better. Whether you’re a new fan of Remedy’s work, or a long-time player, there’s never been a better excuse to visit or return to Bright Falls.