Alan Wake PC confirmed

Out early next year. Screenshot released.

Alan Wake launches on PC during the first quarter of 2012, Remedy has announced.

The Finnish developer said during a press conference in London this afternoon that the game will launch on Steam.

A single screenshot, below, has been released.

The announcement was made at London's Nokia House, as Remedy VP Aki Järvilehto spoke about the company's adoption of digital distribution.

The PC version of Alan Wake will come packaged with The Signal and The Writer, the two well-received DLC add-ons for the game.

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