A Nintendo Switch version of Alan Wake Remastered has been classified in Brazil. The country classification body has rated the game for the Nintendo console along with the recently confirmed PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S versions. The game will launch this fall, but the date has not yet been announced.
Alan Wake is an action-adventure game first released for Xbox 360 and PC in 2010. The story follows a successful thriller novelist as he tries to uncover the mystery behind his wife’s disappearance, all while experiencing the events of his latest book that he can’t remember writing. Remedy and Epic Games have announced Alan Wake Remastered all ‘ beginning of this month. The title will be released in Fall 2021 and will include the original game and its two expansions, enhanced to 4K resolution and new commentary from Creative Director Sam Lake.
“Alan Wake Remastered is the original experience you fell in love with all those years ago. We didn’t want to change that,” Lake said. “But the graphics, including the Alan Wake character model himself and the cutscenes, have been updated and improved with some next-generation updates . ”
Remedy made its Switch debut last year with the launch of a cloud version of Control, which includes the base game, both of its expansion packs, and all additional game modes.
The Nintendo Switch version of Alan Wake Remastered has been included in the Brazil rating system, but only briefly. VGC has saved a screenshot of this list, but unfortunately, this is not enough to confirm the game’s arrival on the Switch.
Not too long ago, screenshots of Alan Wake Remastered also leaked, revealing the game’s price from Amazon UK. It is currently priced at £ 24.99, which could be around € 30, assuming a conversion into our currency. The list didn’t mention the game’s release date. However, Alan Wake Remastered could arrive on October 5th. The date is in line with Remedy Entertainment’s statement that the remastered edition would arrive at some point this fall.