Long-Awaited Remedy Game In Production Phase Alongside The Max Payne Remake?!

According to Remedy, both the Control multiplayer game and the Max Payne remakes are already in production.



As we reported earlier, Remedy Entertainment shared its half-year report with investors. The Finnish studio proudly noted that the release of Alan Wake 2 has been well received. True, it added that it was too early to talk about sales.

Between January and September 2023, revenue fell by 21.1%.

On a positive note, development fees were slightly lower than a year ago as Alan Wake 2 was in the polishing phase; moreover, Alan Wake Remastered finally recouped its development and marketing investments in the last quarter.

Remedy CEO Tero Virtala then looked to the future. He talked about the studio’s many projects in development. Two in particular stood out. The Control multiplayer spin-off, code-named Condor, and the Max Payne 1 and 2 remakes which are already in the “production-ready” phase.

Condor is a cooperative multiplayer game. “We have acquired valuable insights into developing service-based games and are now in a better position to create a game players can engage with for years,” said the developer.

Meanwhile, Control 2 was described by Virtala as an ambitious project that should remain in the proof-of-concept phase for a few more quarters. Last but not least, as for the free-to-play live service game Vanguard, Remedy is in talks with the publisher (Tencent) about the next steps. The project is expected to exit the proof-of-concept phase by the end of 2023.

With all of these projects on Remedy’s schedule, it seems that Sam Lake’s desire to make a big-budget dark gothic fantasy game is not going to happen anytime soon.

Source: Remedy.games.com

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