Microsoft, Remedy acquires gaming company
Producer Remedy Entertainment has announced that it has acquired the broadcasting rights from Microsoft. For the time being, making a panacea is not on the agenda, but a project may emerge in the future.
The popular psychological thriller Alan Wake, the FPS game of many years ago, has yet to produce a sequel. While Microsoft was criticized, producer Remedy made an important move.
Probability was born
Alan Wake was normally developed by Remedy, but the broadcast was on the Microsoft front. It was released in 2010 for the Xbox 360 console and in 2012 for the Windows operating system. Although praised, Microsoft did not include a continuation model in its agenda.
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According to the statement, Remedy Entertainment acquired the broadcasting rights from Microsoft. Thus, the game is no longer unique to PC and Xbox platforms. Remedy’s steps in this regard are important.
Remedy said he would not make a statement about Alan Wake for now. There will be only one transfer of rights. A Alan Wake game for all platforms may be of interest soon. However, Remedy is currently focused on the production of Control, which will be released on August 27th.