Sam Lake, Remedy Entertainment’s creative director, wants Alan Wake fans to know that they would love to make a full sequel to the 2010 horror game, but that the game’s original sales just didn’t support the development of a full-fledged installment. Although the game did eventually sell over 3 million copies, the revenue didn’t come in fast enough. Sam Lake also takes a bit of time to pitch the Alan Wake Humble Bundle which lets people pay what they want for both Alan Wake and American Nightmares games along with a load of goodies like a soundtrack and an art book.
You’ll be able to look forward to Remedy’s new game, Quantum Break, that was revealed during the Microsoft Xbox One reveal event. The new game features a live action show merged with a videogame.