And the next game is already in the works.
Xbox backwards compatibility list: All Xbox 360 games and original Xbox games playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X
A list of every supported Xbox game, from Alan Wake to Zuma, on Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
As part of tenth anniversary celebrations.
One AAA, one smaller, set in the same franchise.
Including a mystery title and live service game.
Pick a side.
Shine a light.
UPDATE: Teases Alan Wake going multiplatform.
Back on Xbox "very soon".
Legion's Peter Calloway down as showrunner.
Not the Finnish.
Publisher secured, release platforms confirmed.
But neither is Alan Wake 2.
Play The Writer and The Signal on Xbox One.
This won't get old.
The write stuff.
Plus: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and Pac-Man.
Remedy recalls sequel plans, and beyond.
"Time will tell" on chances of Alan Wake sequel.
Ain't never seen so much D&D so cheap.
Alan Wake Humble Bundle goes on sale.
UPDATE 2: Quantum Break will also be a TV show which will interact with the game.
Set in a town named Ordinary?
Remedy staffing up to create "games of the future".
"After a slow start it's turning into something really positive."
American Nightmare and the PC port go under the microscope.
"There's obviously an audience that enjoys story."
The PC game doesn't just boost visual resolution - you get a temporal boost too. Wake looks great at 60Hz.
Shorn of the tech limitations of the console, Alan Wake's visuals gains a new dimension.
Remedy details schedule for improvements and fixes.
"We're certainly very excited about PC," says Remedy.
"We were like a nagging little kid."
Hopes it'll convince them to buy future Alan Wake games.
Xbox 360 thriller out on Steam tomorrow.
Next Xbox, shorter dev cycles and why it won't launch on PlayStation.
Has in-game audio commentary and background information.
"We've done our best to do justice to the PC version."
More publishers sign up to EA's digital platform.
Includes both Xbox 360 DLCs.
Out early next year. Screenshot released.
Remedy puts out cryptic teaser ahead of big reveal.
New name for XBLA Night Springs?
Fans "assuming a lot" by judging spin-off.
Story, arcade modes spotted.
New BioWare game, MGS: Rising news also due.
Staff wanted for "AAA console project".
MS exec Phil Spencer reckons so.
Source claims it's an XBLA title.
Remedy confirms next instalment.
CGI team making E3 trailer?
Alan Wake dev won't miss retailers.
Downpour will have "way more variety".
Rockstar "set a bar", admits Alan Wake dev.
Remedy investigating console-mobile bond.
Not as exciting.
Remedy for a cold evening.
Remedy recruiting motion control experts.
Is Remedy making Alan Wake 2?
Released 12th October.
"Every question needs an answer."
The Writer will "conclude things".
Would be a MS exclusive, confirms dev.
"Alan Wake is a bit of a dick... And yes, that is definitely intentional."
Fight fire with fire. Well, a torch.
Alan deals with a troublesome animal.
The Signal shines a light.
Toy Story 3 goes in at five.
IP has "legs" to continue.
Split/Second, Blur, POP fail to perform.
First slice of DLC coming soon.
Can't see why Microsoft wouldn't go for it.
The Signal and The Writer.
Plus: New details of The Signal. Spoiler alert.
Trophy deer and spitting sheriffs.
Things don't get any more normal in Bright Falls.
Skate 3, Lost Planet 2 finish high.
Official take on sexy visuals.
Hold on to your tokens.
The Lynchian prequel continues.
The mysteries of Bright Falls deepen.
"If the first one does well."
Alan's Fact of the Day.
Please note: may contain story spoilers.
Please note: may contains story spoilers.
Performance analysis of the combat system.
Remedy's visual effects under the microscope.
The first 10 minutes put through its paces.
Wake DLC likely to boast tech tweaks.
Rich Leadbetter outsmarts the Taken.
Rich Leadbetter takes out the Taken.
Rich Leadbetter outmanouevres the Taken.
When you go down to the woods today.
The big sleep.
Terror and intrigue in mountain town America.
Part one of the Lynchian scene-setter.
Six-episode Bright Falls to debut on Live.
Remedy's Sam Lake denied by volcano.
Remedy vs. the pixel counters.
Alarm clock now set for 14th May.
Full game's out 21st May.
But admits it's partly Microsoft's call.
Depending on your reaction.
On why Alan Wake's taken six years and what he's like now he's ready.
Wake tree arena.
All the assets from our Remedy adventure.
Platform doesn't match game content.
Time to get up.
Due out in May.
New trailer sets month in stone.
Due out following release this year.
Nearing the Finnish?
May not be included in preview copies.
Fast cars, scary forests and terrifying falsetto.
Not a chapter mess with.
Only polish to add. How novel.
PC uncertain. Plus, demo "unlikely".
Alan in the Dark.
He's a sleepy fellow.
Remedy lights up Xbox conference.
Written excerpts provide clues?
Remedy shakes off sleepiness.
Plus: New trailer for Max Payne premiere.
"We feel we owe you a small heads-up."
And says Alan Wake and Halo Wars are fine.
"Don't read into comments too much."
Plus: Banjo 3 for Xmas?
Mumbling hunk in negotiations.
You can call him Al.
Plus: Star Wars game for Wii!
Remedy holds off showing it.
You can call him Al.
Remedy ponders Steam-y option.
Remedy has the cure for insomnia.
Sleepless in a sleepy town.