The release date and time for Alan Wake Remastered is almost here and its list of changes are exciting for returning fans.
It’s one of the most unforgettable video games of all time, and there is a connection between it and Control. Because of this connection coupled with its forthcoming return, fans are praying that a long-awaited sequel will eventually arrive.
There are rumours that a sequel is in the works with Epic Games, but – for now – all fans will be able to do is return to the creepy hell that is Bright Falls.
What time does Alan Wake Remastered come out?
The release date and time for when Alan Wake Remastered will come out is 21:00 PT on October 4th and 00:00 ET and BST on October 5th.
You can pre-order it right now for the price of £24.99 on all platforms. It is available on Xbox One, PS4, Series X, and PS5.
Is Alan Wake Remastered on Xbox Game Pass?
Alan Wake Remastered is not on Xbox Game Pass.
It will not be on Microsoft’s subscription service come October 5th, and there are no announced plans for Epic Games to add it to the Xbox library. The original game has been part of Game Pass before, but it was removed in May this year.
Although it’s disappointing that neither version of the game are part of its line-up, you should still definitely join the service if you haven’t already. This is because it offers a fantastic line-up of new and old games for just £7.99 per month.
List of changes
Below is a list of some of the changes and improvements for the game:
- 60 FPS
- 4K visuals
- Every DLC episode included
- New commentary from writer and director Same Lake
In addition to all of the above, Eurogamer reports that the remaster has also removed the original product placement.
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