Max Payne and Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment is working on two news games, but neither of them will be related to Alan Wake.
Both of Alan Wake's DLC expansions are currently free on the Xbox Marketplace.
Quantum Break and Alan Wake developer Remedy has rekindled fan hopes of a sequel by registering the "Alan Wake's Return" trademark.
Remedy creative director Sam Lake has addressed fan reaction to the Alan Wake series not continuing in lieu of this Quantum Break thingamajig.
A cluster of new Remedy job adverts has dropped interesting hints at what may be Alan Wake 2.
Fancy a bit more Alan Wake action? You might have to wait a bit - Microsoft executive Phil Spencer reckons the next instalment has yet to find a publisher.
Remedy Entertainment has confirmed to Eurogamer that "yes, more [Alan] Wake is coming!" But the Finnish developer said the new game won't be Alan Wake 2.
LinkedIn strikes again - an artist has name-dropped Alan Wake 2 on her online CV.
Yes, L.A. Noire has impressive facial animation, but Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment reckons its new technology is even better.
The way Remedy's talking, Alan Wake 2 could have some nifty Windows Phone 7 crossover going on.
How does Remedy follow a game like Alan Wake - an Xbox 360 exclusive with a big budget, big idea and big following?
Max Payne and Alan Wake developer Remedy is looking for a producer to make a triple-A Xbox 360 game.
There will be no more downloadable content for Alan Wake following The Writer, Remedy boss Matias Myllrinne has said.
A sequel to Alan Wake would be Microsoft-exclusive despite developer Remedy owning the intellectual property and controlling its destiny.