Alan Wake Remastered Ditching The In-Game Product Placement


Alan Wake Remastered is sprucing up all the components that made the supernatural thriller a cult favourite. Still, one factor that received’t return is its real-world product placement. The recreation was semi-infamous for displaying billboard advertisements for corporations like Verizon whereas gamers used Energizer batteries to replenish Alan’s flashlight, amongst different types of branding. That received’t be the case anymore. 

Screen Rant reached out to Remedy, who confirmed that fictional manufacturers are changing the real-world variations. The purpose is because of expiring licenses. The authentic recreation launched in 2010, so it’s been some time. Remedy additionally confirmed that the songs and TV exhibits stay intact, nonetheless. 

Regardless of whether or not the vans say Ford or Furd, Alan Wake Remastered launches on October 5. The bundle features a modernized model of the unique recreation alongside its two expansions, The Signal and The Writer. The title’s eerie presentation and light-focused gameplay shine even brighter at 4K decision, whereas Alan’s character mannequin can also be up to date. For superfans, the sport even contains commentary from inventive director Sam Lake. You can watch the primary footage of the sport in motion right here. 

You can play Alan Wake Remastered on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC as an Epic Store unique (as a consequence of Epic publishing the remaster). 

Will you miss gawking at Verizon billboards and admiring Alan and Alice’s Lincoln MKT? Let us know within the feedback! 

[Source: Screen Rant]


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