Remedy Entertainment is known for its games since the early 2000s. Their Max Payne series, which was published with Rockstar Games, was a massive hit. Alan Wake rose to critical acclaim, and recently, Control received multiple awards. The Remedy Entertainment studio is back at it with five more games which are currently in various stages of development and have varying release windows. The studio is known for coming up with peculiar storylines for their games, and they never fail to deliver.
The original Alan Wake focuses on a novelist who is in search of his missing wife. Control is a lot more sci-fi as it showcases a sister in search of her missing brother in an office that has been taken over by an extradimensional entity. Thus, more games from this studio are always welcome.
1. Alan Wake 2
Alan Wake 2 was publicly unveiled at The Game Awards 2021. The next installment in this series will be a survival horror game, and not an action-adventure like the first game. Alan Wake 2 is supposed to drop in 2023 and currently is in the final steps of development. Remedy has been quiet about it, and not too many details have been shared with the world apart from the nerve-wracking trailer we saw at The Game Awards last year.
2. “Codename Vanguard”
“Codename Vanguard” is the next title that is currently in development at Remedy Entertainment. The game’s name has not been finalized yet, but it will be a live-service title that will be co-published with Tencent Games. Remedy’s CEO Tero Vitala said that “Codename Vanguard” is making good progress in terms of development recently.
3. Control spinoff “Codename Condor”
The next game from Remedy is a spinoff of Control. Among the two spinoffs of the original game the studio is working on, Condor will be a short game. Currently, Condor is in the proof-of-concept stage, and we have yet to see more details.
4. Control spinoff “Codename Heron”
Heron is the second spinoff of Control. According to some leaks and reports, Heron will be the larger game among the two, and it is mostly leaning towards becoming a full-fledged sequel to the original Control. Remedy states that both of these spinoffs are in the early stages of development, and the company is still focused on developing the right technology to serve these and more upcoming games in the Control lineup.
5. Max Payne 1 and 2 remasters
The last games Remedy is currently working on are Max Payne 1 and 2 remasters, to be released as a single collection according to their agreement with Rockstar Games. Fans are questioning this move on the developers’ part as they could have remastered all three games in the Max Payne series and released it as a complete collection. Max Payne 3 is already almost 10 years old, and thus it can easily benefit from a remaster. Overall, Remedy is working on a bunch of projects at the moment, and they all sound interesting.